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THE LIBRARY 

OF 

THE UNIVERSITY 

OF CALIFORNIA 

LOS ANGELES 



Five hundred copies only of the Eleventh 
Volume of the " Visitation of England 
and Wales " have been printed at my 
Private Press. This copy is No. 320 



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Grove Park, 

Denmark HilL S.E. 



Wtsitation 



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EDITED BY 



FREDERICK ARTHUR CRISP. 



VOLUME II. 



PRIVATELY PRINTED. 
1903. 



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LIST OF PEDIGREES. 



Abercromby, Baron 

Barlow of Acomb, co. York, 
and of Warkworth, co. 
Northumberland 

Cave-Browne-Cave of Stan- 
ford, CO. Northampton, 
Baronet 

Clark . 

COODE . 

De Chair 

De Mauley, Baron 

Freeman of Combs, co. Suffolk 

GoDDARD of The Lawn, 
Swindon, co. Wilts . 

Grey of Falloden, co. North- 
umberland, Baronet 

Hamilton .... 

Harrison .... 

HoDSOLL of Loose, co. Kent 

Hunt of Culpho, co. Suffolk . 

Jackson of Wisbech, co. Cam- 
bridge .... 

Jones of Kelston Park, co. 
Somerset 

Landon .... 

Lockett .... 



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NORBURY . . . . 

Patchett of Broom Hall, 

Shrewsbury, co. Salop 
Phillips 

PoRTMAN, Viscount 
Raglan, Baron 
Roberts, Earl 
RoDDAM of Roddam, co 

Northumberland 
Shedden of Spring Hill, 

Isle of Wight, and of 

Paulers Pury Park, co, 

Northampton 
Sieveking 
South of Little Bentley, co 

Essex 
Steedman 
Taylor of Manningtree, co, 

Essex 
Teague 
Thursby of Ormerod House, 

CO. Lancaster, Baronet 
Welch .... 
Wood .... 
WoRSLEY of Hovingham, co 

York, Baronet 



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LIST OF PLATES. 



Armorial Bearings of Earl Roberts 
Portrait of John South of Little Bentley, co. Essex 
Armorial Bearings of Viscount Portman 
Silhouette of Susanna, daughter of John Spencer 

of Wrotham, co. Kent, and wife of James 

Hackett Hodsoll of Loose Court, co. Kent . 
Armorial Bearings of Baron Abercromby 
Portrait of John Steedman of Walworth, co. Surrey 
Portraits of Leah, Elizabeth Martha, Emma, Mary 

and Sarah, daughters of John Steedman 
Armorial Bearings of Baron Raglan 
Book-plate of " Henry James Theodore Wood. 

1896" 

Armorial Bearings of Baron De Mauley 
Book-plate of " William Ashley Webb : 3"''* Baron 

De Mauley" 

Portrait of Thomas Phillips 



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ROBERTS. 

Arms on record in the College of Arms. — Azure, three estoiles or, 
on a chief wavy of the last an Eastern crown gules. 

Crest. — A lion rampant or, holding in the dexter paw a sword, 
the blade wavy argent, pommel and hilt gold, and 
charged on the shoulder with an Eastern crown as in 
the arms. 

Motto. — Virtute et valore. 

Supporters.— YityXtx : A soldier of the 92nd (Gordon Highlanders) 
Regiment of Foot, holding in his exterior hand a 
musket; Sinister; A soldier of the Goorka Infantry, 
holding in his exterior hand a rifle, both habited and 
accoutred proper. 



Bokrts. 



Rev. John Roberts (2nd son of John Roberts of the City of \Vaterford,= 
Architect of both Cathedrals and of the Leper Hospital at Waterford [who 
died 23 May 1796, aged 84, and was bur. at the French Church, Waterford. 
M.I.], by Mary Susanna his wife [who died 21 January 1800, aged 84, and was 
bur. at the French Church, Waterford. M.I.], dau. of Major Francis Sautelle, 
Architect of the Town Hall, Chamber of Commerce and other public buildings 
at Waterford [of a French Refugee family settled in that city]); born 24 
January 1745; of Trinity College, Dublin, B.A. 1766; Rector of the united 
parishes of Crooke and Kill St. Nicholas, Rector of Dunhill, all co. Waterford, 
and of Ballymacward, co. Galway ; Chaplain to the Military Barracks of 
Geneva, co. Waterford, collated Provost of the Diocese of Kilmacduagh, co. 
Galway, 20 July 1813, Domestic Chaplain to the ist and 2nd Marquesses of 
Waterford; presented to the living of Drumcondra, near Dublin, in 1814, by 
the Duke of Richmond, Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland, which he exchanged soon 
after for that of Ballymacward; J. P. for co. Waterford; died at Ballinasloe, 
CO. Galway, in 1815. Will dated 22 March 1814, proved 12 May 1815. 



-Anne, dau. of 
the Rev. Abraham 
Sandys of Dublin, 
B.A., Minor Canon 
of St. Patrick's 
Cathedral, Dublin; 
marr. at St. Ann's, 
Dublin, 23 January 
1771 ; died, aged 
78, 7 May 1833, 
and bur. at the 
French Church, 
Waterford. M.L 



Hester, born 27 January 1772; marr. 
istly 10 January 1793, Lieutenant 
Molloy ; marr. 2ndly Commander 
Charles Tulloch, R.N., who died s.p. 
She died at Cheekpoint, co. Water- 
ford, and was bur. in the churchyard 
at Faithleg, near Waterford. 



John Roberts of Waterford ;==Grace, eldest dau. of William 



born at Waterford 14 April 
1773; Attorney, Court of 
Chancery ; died 2 February, 
bur. in the church at 
Ballynakill, co. Waterford, 
4 February 1837. 



Dobbyn of Waterford; marr. 
at Waterford 18 May 1796; 
died, aged 89, 18 August 
1854, and bur. in Shankill 
Graveyard, Belfast. 



William Roberts, born at Waterford 29 June= 
1797, bapt. at Waterford Cathedral 8 July 
1826; of the Excise Office, London; died at 
96 Ladbroke Grove Road, London, aged 79, 
on Sunday, 29 October, bur. in Highgate 
Cemetery, London, 2 November 1876. Will 
dated 19 December 1866, with codicil dated 
4 April 1876, proved (Prin. Reg., 936, 76) 
29 December 1876, by Anna Maria Roberts 
of 96 Ladbroke Grove Road, co. Middlesex, 
the relict, the sole Executrix. {See page j.) 



=Anna Maria (his cousin), 2nd dau. of Captain 
Thomas Roberts of Waterford, R.N., by Katherine 
his wife, dau. of James Hackett of Fethard, co. 
Tipperary, a Major in the Army ; born at Waterford 
19 February 1807, bapt. at Waterford Cathedral 24 
June 1813; marr. by licence at Ballynakill (by the 
Rev. John Cooke) 16 July 1827; died at 96 Ladbroke 
Grove Road, London, aged 85, on Thursday, 28 
January, bur. in Highgate Cemetery, London, 3 Feb- 
ruary 1892. Will dated 21 May 1885, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 359, 92) 17 March 1892, by Samuel Roberts 
and Abraham Francis Roberts, the Exors. 

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Anna Grace, born 

6 November, bapt. 
at St. Mary's, 
Islington, London, 
5 December 1828 ; 
died, aged 14, 

7 May, bur. in 
Highgate Cemetery, 
London, 13 May 
1843- 



John William Roberts= 
of Wilderspool House, 
Warrington, co. Lan- 
caster; born at Canon- 
bury, in the parish 
of Islington, London, 
7 February, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Islington, 
9 April 1830; educated 
at the Endowed School, 
Waterford. 



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=Lavinia Elizabeth, only dau. of Captain John Brittain, 
Queen's Messenger, by Louisa his wife, dau. of 
Robert Wilkins; born in the parish of Islington, 
London, 2 December 1836, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Islington, 8 February 1837 ; marr. at St. Pancras', 
London (by the Rev. Charles Henry Andrews, the 
senior Curate), on Tuesday, 19 January 1858; died 
at High Barnet, co. Middlesex, aged 57, on Wednesday, 
28 November, bur. in the Great Northern Cemetery, 
New Southgate, co. Middlesex, 3 December 1894. 
Will dated 4 February 1891, proved (Prin. Reg., 1225, 
94) 31 December 1894, by John William Roberts, gent., 
and William Brittain Roberts, the son, the Exors. 



Abraham Roberts, born lo August 
1774, and died young. 



Thomas Roberts, born 28 October 1800,= 
bapt. at Waterford Cathedral 23 April 
1 81 9; of the Hon""' East India Co.'s 
Service; Captain 51st Bengal Native 
Infantry ; died at his residence in 
Montpellier Square, Knightsbridge, Lon- 
don, aged 50, on Tuesday, 29 October, 
bur. at Holy Trinity, West Brompton, 
London, 8 November 1850. Will dated 
17 February 1848, proved (P.C.C., 64, 
51) 6 January 185 1, by Harriett Roberts, 
the relict, the sole Executrix. 



=Harriett, 3rd dau. of William Lowndes of Chesham, 
CO. Buckingham, J. P., by Harriet Wilson his wife, 
dau. of John Kingston of Rickmansworth, co. 
Hertford; born at Chesham 23 December 181 1, 
bapt. there 7 April 181 2 ; marr. at St. Mary's, Bath, 
CO. Somerset, 8 April 1835; died at 30 Kensington 
Square, London, aged 70, on Thursday, 6 April, 
bur. in West Brompton Cemetery, London, 1 1 April 
1882. Will dated 21 June 1881, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 585, 82) 17 July 1882, by Arthur Roberts 
of 30 Kensington Square, co. Middlesex, the son, 
the sole Exor. 

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Harriett, born at Mussoorie, North-West Provinces, India, 29 May 1836; marr. at Waterford 
Cathedral (by the Very Rev. the Dean of Waterford, assisted by the Rev. William John Price), 
on Friday, 6 March 1857, Major-General George Ricketts Roberts of 35 Lee Park, Lee, co. 
Kent, formerly of the Bengal Staff Corps (elder son of General Sir Abraham Roberts, G.C.B., 
by Frances Isabella his ist wife, dau. of George Poyntz Ricketts of the Bengal Civil Service); 
born at Meerut, North-West Provinces, India, 8 February 1827 ; entered the Army as Ensign 
7 June 1844, Lieutenant i July 1846, Captain 23 November 1856, Major 7 June 1864, 
Lieut.-Colonel 7 June 1870, Brevet-Colonel 7 June 1875, and Deputy Commissary-General; 
retired with hon. rank of Major-General 15 December 1880. (See page 10.) 



Thomas Clarence Roberts, born at St. Paul' 
Terrace, Camden Town, London, 23 January, 
bapt. at Camden Chapel, London (since 1851, 
Camden Town Parish Church), 26 April 1832 ; 
died at the Farm House, Ferring, co. Sussex, 
aged 64, on Monday, 27 January, bur. at 
Ferring 30 January 1896. Will dated i De- 
cember 1865, proved (Prin. Reg., 182, 96) 
17 F"ebruary 1896, by Jane Elizabeth Roberts, 
the relict, the sole Executrix. 



s=pjane Elizabeth, youngest dau. of Francis 
Coham Kelly of Floughton Place, Harrington 
Square, London, by Jane his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Young of King's Lynn, co. Norfolk ; 
born at Robert Street, St. Pancras, London, 
15 February, bapt. at Holy Trinity, Maryle- 
bone, London, 21 October 1838; marr. at 
St. Margaret's, Plumstead, co. Kent (by the 
Rev. James Adair McAllister, the Vicar), on 
Friday, i December 1865. 



Pembroke Roberts, born at Bromley, co. Kent, on Thursday, 25 October 1866, bapt. at the 
parish church, Bromley, 15 February 1867; educated at Kelly College, Tavistock, co. Devon. 



William Brittain Roberts, born= 
at Camden Town, London, 
3 January, bapt. at Camden 
Town Parish Church 2 March 
1859- 



:Hilda Marian, eldest dau. of John French of New Barnet, co. 
Hertford ; born at 7 HiUmarton Villas West, Camden Road, 
London, on Sunday, 27 December 1863; marr. at Holy Trinity, 
Lyonsdown, co. Hertford (by the Rev. George Yeats, assisted 
by the Rev. William John Hocking), on Saturday, 7 June 1884. 



Victor George Roberts, born at 1 90 Upper Parliament Street, Liverpool, 
on Friday, 27 February, bapt. at Holy Trinity, New Barnet, 11 May 
1885 ; educated at Boteler Grammar School, Warrington, co. Lancaster. 



Mary, born 3 May 1783 ; died unmarried 28 July 1801, 
and bur. at the French Church, Waterford. 



Arthur Roberts of "Oakleigh," Court Road, Eltham, co.= 
Kent ; born 30 April 1838, bapt. at Missouri, East India, 27 
February 1839; educated at Kensington Grammar School; 
M.R.C.S. Eng. 1859, L.M. i860, L.R.C.P. Lond. 1861. 




=Margaret Frances, dau. of John 
Hughes of London, Barrister-at- 
Law, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. 
of William Jones of Bath, co. 
Somerset; born in London 6 July 
1834; marr. at St. Mary's, Dover, 
CO. Kent (by the Rev. Charles 
Lowndes, Vicar of Hartwell, co. 
Buckingham), 26 September 1868. 



Arthur Francis Lowndes Roberts, born at 30 
Kensington Square, London, on Thursday, 
5 December 1872 ; died there, aged 9, on 
Saturday, i April, bur. in Brompton Cemetery, 
London, 5 April 1882. 



Frances Dorothea Lowndes, born at 30 
Kensington Square, London, on Monday, 
29 January, bapt. at St. Barnabas', West 
Kensington (by the Rev. Francis Hessey, 
D.C.L.), 20 March 1877. 



Emily Catharine, born in London 21 June, bapt. Augustus Henry 
at Camden Chapel, London (since 1851, Camden Roberts, born 
Town Parish Church), 26 December 1833; marr. 11 March 1835; 
at St. Stephen's, Westbourne Park, co. Middlesex died unmarried 
(by the Rev. Harvey Brooks), on Saturday, 2 June 5 March 1865, 
1866, James Crowder Eastcott of 35 St. Ronan's and bur. in the 
Road, Southsea, co. Hants (son of Richard Ducke Happy Valley, 
Eastcott, by Catherine Dyball his wife) ; bom in Hong Kong, 
London 25 April, bapt. at Camden Chapel, China. 
London (since 1851, Camden Town Parish 
Church), 18 June 1829; educated at University 
College, London; M.R.C.S. Eng. 1852; Surgeon 
R.N., Deputy-Inspector-General 1884 (retired 
1884). J 



Samuel Roberts, born 15 
March, bapt. at Camden 
Chapel, London (since 
185 1, CamdenTown Parish 
Church), 17 June 1838. 



Abraham Francis Roberts, 
born 12 September 1839. 



I 
Walter Roberts, born at Bromley, =]=Harriett Silver, youngest dau. of George Blackford Silver 



CO. Kent, on Tuesday, 18 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at the parish church, 
Bromley, 29 July 1868; educated 
at Holborn Grammar School. 



Darter of Fitzroy Square, London, by Mary Elizabeth 
Underbill his wife; marr. at the Old Mission Church, 
Calcutta, India (by the Rev. Arthur Herbert Bowman, the 
Incumbent), on Monday, 17 September 1900. 



Mary Elizabeth, born at 
Calcutta 24 September, 
bapt. there 5 December 
1901. 



Gladys Margaret, born at Calcutta 1 1 November 
1902, bapt. there 5 February 1903; died at 
Darjeeling, Bengal, India, 2 June 1903, and 
bur. there. 



Alice, bom i August 1787, 
and died young. 



John Dobbyn Roberts, born i April=j=Mary, dau. of George Symes of Wicklow, Samuel Roberts, 



1802, bapt. at Waterford Cathedral 
8 July 1826; died at Belfast 25 
January, bur. in Shankhill Grave- 
yard, Belfast, 27 January 1887. 



M.D. ; born 27 July 1798; marr. at died in Jamaica, 
Rathasput, co. Wexford, i September 1828; West Indies. 
died at Belfast 19 September 1840, and 
bur. in Shankhill Graveyard, Belfast. 



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John Symes Roberts, born 26 
August 1830, and bapt. at 
Waterford ; died unmarried 
12 May 1866, and bur. in 
Shankhill Graveyard, Belfast. 

George Alcock Roberts, born 
20 July 1833, and bapt. at 
Waterford ; died i November, 
bur. in Shankhill Graveyard, 
Belfast, 3 November 1903. 

Ann Sophia, born 23 December 
1835, and bapt. at Belfast; 
died 24 November 1844, and 
bur. in Shankhill Graveyard, 
Belfast. 



Samuel Thomas Roberts=j=Jane Hudson, dau. of Dr. Christopher 



of Belfast ; born at 
Belfast 25 November, 
bapt. at St. Anne's, 
Belfast, 28 December 
1838. 



Leycester Malet, formerly of Brazil ; born 
at Castletownsend, co. Cork, 30 November 
1843, and bapt. there; marr. at Holy 
Trinity, Belfast, 4 February 1865 ; died 
7 October 1870, and bur. in Balmoral 
Cemetery, Belfast. 



John Leycester Roberts, 
bom in Belfast 19 De- 
cember 1865, bapt. at 
Holy Trinity, Belfast, 28 
January 1866; died 30 
March 1869, and bur. 
in Balmoral Cemetery, 
Belfast. 



Martha Symes, born in Belfast 
24 November 1867, bapt. at St. 
Anne's, Belfast ; marr. at Knock- 
breda, near Belfast, 1 1 September 
1901, William McConbrie Bell 
(son of William and Elizabeth 
Bell) ; born at Clanvaraghan, co. 
Down, I January 1866. 



Frederick James Roberts of 
Grove Lodge, Weybridge, 
CO. Surrey; born 20 October 
1 84 1, bapt. at Camden 
Chapel, London (since 185 1, 
Camden Town Parish 
Church), 20 February 1842 ; 
matriculated at London 
University i860, from King's 
College ; a Student of the 
Middle Temple 22 October 
1 86 1, called to the Bar 17 
November 1865; marr. at 
All Saints', Finchley Road, 
St. John's Wood, London, 
on Tuesday, 6 October 
1874, Isabella, widow of 
J. Capel Hanbury. 



James Hackett Roberts, born 2 3=j=Clara Fannie Adelaide, only dau. 



November 1843, bapt. at Camden 
Chapel, London (since 185 1, 
Camden Town Parish Church) 
24 January 1844; died at Southsea, 
CO. Hants, 24 June, bur. in Highland 
Cemetery, Southsea, 29 June 1902. 
Will dated 23 June 1902, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 12, 1902) 7 August 
1902, by Clara Fannie Adelaide 
Roberts, the relict, the sole Executrix. 



of Arthur \\'ood, M.D., formerly 
Surgeon to 9th and i6th Lancers, 
by Clara Martha his wife ; born 
at Manchester, and bapt. there ; 
marr. at St. Philip's, Kensington, 
London (by the Rev. Robert 
Towers, Vicar of St. Andrew and 
St. Philip's, Upper Westboume 
Park, London, assisted by the 
Rev. William Smale, the Vicar), 
on Wednesday, 8 April 1885. 



Evelyn Clara, born at Streatham 
Hill, CO. Surrey, 1 1 January, bapt. 
at St. Thomas', Streatham Hill, 
28 March 1886. 



Hilda Frances, born 
29 February, bapt. at 
St. Thomas', Streatham 
Hill, 25 April 1888. 



Percy Heriot Roberts, born at Bromley, = 
CO. Kent, 27 November 1869, bapt. there 
7 April 1870; educated at Kelly College, 
Tavistock, co. Devon. 



=Isobel Marie, elder dau. of Charles Montague Hailes 
of Hampstead, co. Middlesex; born 21 October 1879; 
marr. at St. Stephen's, Hampstead (by the Rev. Joshua 
Kirkman), on Tuesday, 18 June 1901. 



John Heriot Roberts, bom at 78 Milton Park, Highgate, co. Middlesex, 
on Tuesday, 25 March, bapt. at St. Michaels', Highgate, 7 June 1902. 



Captain Thomas Roberts of Waterford, R.N. ; born at Waterford= 
1 2 January 1778; entered the Navy in February 1 790, as a Supernumerary on 
board the "Swallow," 14, lying at Plymouth; served in the Mediterranean 
as Midshipman 1793-96, in the " Cyclope," frigate, and "Bedford" and 
" Audacious," 74's, all commanded by Captain Davidge Gould ; in the 
"Cyclope" he assisted at the reduction of Bastia in May 1795, and in the 
"Bedford" he fought in Hotham's actions 14 March and 13 July 1795; 
he was made Lieutenant 24 December 1796 in the "Serpent" sloop 
(Captain Richard Buckall); from 5 January to 5 July 1797 he was 
employed on the coast of Africa, and during that period he aided in 
taking a felucca which had been despatched from Cadiz for the purpose 
of apprising the South American trade of the commencement of hostilites 
between France and Spain, and afterwards contributed to the capture, 
among other vessels, of a French transport laden with naval stores ; 
appointed Commander of the "Serpent" by Sir Hyde Parker, and 
sanctioned by the Admiralty 23 July 1798 ; in the following year, owing to 
ill health, was sent home as whipper-in to a fleet of 1 13 West Indiamen, 
under the protection of the " Regular," 44, bearing the flag of Vice- 
Admiral Richard Rodney Bligh ; on the renewal of hostilities in 1803, he 
was one of the first appointed to raise sea fencibles in Ireland, and 
remained on that service until it was abolished in 1810 ; Post-Captain 1840; 
appointed Receiver of the Leper Hospital Estate in the county and city of 
Waterford 10 September 1840; died 16 February 1855, and bur. at the 
French Church, Waterford. Will dated 9 October 1850, proved 
16 March 1855. 



=Katherine, dau. of 
James Hackett of 
Fethard, co. Tip- 
perary, a Major in 
the Army; marr. at 
Waterford 25 June 
1804; died at 44 
Grosvenor Square, 
Rathmines, Dulilin, 
aged 82, on Thurs- 
day, 24 January, 
bur. in Mount 
Jerome Cemetery, 
Harold's Cross, 
Dublin, 28 January 
1867. 



Anna Maria, born at Waterford 19 February 1807, bapt. at Waterford Cathedral 24 June 1813 ; 
marr. by licence at Ballynakill, co. Galway (by the Rev. John Cooke), 16 July 1827, her 
cousin, William Roberts (eldest son of John Roberts of Waterford, by Grace his wife, 
eldest dau. of William Dobbyn of Waterford); born 29 June 1797, bapt. at Waterford 
Cathedral 8 July 1826 ; of the Excise Office, London ; died at 96 Ladbroke Grove Road, 
London, aged 79, on Sunday, 29 October, bur. in Highgate Cemetery, London, 2 November 
1876. Will dated 19 December 1866, with codicil dated 4 April 1876, proved (Prin. Reg., 
936, 76) 29 December 1876, by Anna Maria Roberts of 96 Ladbroke Grove Road, co. 
Middlesex, the relict, the sole Executrix. She died at 96 Ladbroke Grove Road, London, 
aged 85, on Thursday, 28 January, and was bur. in Highgate Cemetery, London, 3 February 
1892. Will dated 21 May 1885, proved (Prin. Reg., 359, 92) 17 March 1892, by Samuel 
Roberts and Abraham Francis Roberts, the Exors. {See page i.) 

I 



Alice Dorothea, born at 94 Gaisford Street, 
London, on Monday, 14 August, bapt. at 
St. Luke's, Kentish Town, London, 9 November 
1871. _ 

Herbert Roberts, born at 94 Gaisford Street, 
London, on Wednesday, 18 February, bapt. at 
St. Thomas', Camden Town, London, 21 May 
1874 ; educated at Holborn Grammar School ; 
served in South African War 1 900-1 901, as 
Lieutenant Duke of Edinburgh's Volunteer 
Rifles (medal with one clasp. Cape Colony). 



Gerald Roberts, born at 94 Gaisford Street, 
London, on Friday, 14 July 1876, bapt. at 
St. Thomas', Camden Town, London, 
2 February 1877; educated at Kelly College, 
Tavistock, co. Devon. 



Violet Kathleen, born at 94 Gaisford Street, 
London, on Thursday, 27 June, bapt. at 
St. Thomas', Camden Town, London, 12 
September 1878. 



Anne, born 8 May 1789; niarr. Lieut. -Colonel Thomas J. Maling, Private Secretary to 
General Rowland Hill (afterwards Viscount Hill), Commander-in-Chief of the British Army. 
She died at Whitehaven, co. Cumberland, 28 May 1843. Will dated 7 May 1839, proved 
(P.C.C., 499, 43) 5 July 1843, by John Greensill and John Roberts Price, the Exors. 



Katharine, born at Waterford 12 August 18 10, bapt. at 
Waterford Cathedral 24 June 18 13; marr. at Purfleet, co. Essex, 
23 May 1844, Lieut. -Colonel Jonas Pasley Hardy (.son of 
William Samuel Hardy, by Mary his wife, dau. of William 
Price); born in Dublin 31 August 1806; served with the s8th 
Regiment in New Zealand, and was present at the attack and 
repulse of the hostile natives on the settlement and stockades of 
Wanganui 19 May, and action of 19 July 1847 (medal); died at 
50 Clarinda Park, Kingstown, co. Dublin, aged 64, 27 April, bur. 
in Mount Jerome Cemetery, Harold's Cross, Dublin, 29 April 1872. 
Will proved in the Principal Registry, Dublin, 23 May 1872, by 
^Villiam Roberts of 16 George's Street, Mansion House, London, 
and by the affirmation of George Roberts Price of 84 Lower 
Leeson Street, Dublin, Barrister-at-Law, the Exors. She died at 
31 Morehampton Road, Donnybrook, co. Dublin, 29 January, and 
was bur. in Mount Jerome Cemetery, Harold's Cross, Dublin, 
I February 1883. =p 



Matilda, born at Waterford 
19 April 18 1 2, bapt. at 
Waterford Cathedral 22 
September 1814 ; died, 
aged 86, 10 October, bur. 
in Mount JeromeCemetery, 
Harold's Cross, Dublin, 14 
October 1898. 



Thomas Sautelle Roberts, 
born 26 May, bapt. at 
Waterford Cathedral 24 
June 1813 ; died un- 
married, aged 46, 27 April, 
bur. in Mount Jerome 
Cemetery, Harold's Cross, 
Dublin, 29 April i86i. 



Abraham Roberts, born at Waterford= 
7 December 1804; marr. 2ndly 11 
September 1850, Elizabeth Yearing, 
born at Dover, Ills., U.S.A., and 
died there, leaving issue. He died 
2 May 1869, and was bur. at Dover, 
Ills., U.S.A. 



=Katherine, 2nd dau. of 
Nicholas Goodall of Wexford; 
born at Bath, co. Somerset, 
6 June 1807 ; marr. at Ratha- 
speck, CO. Wexford, 6 June 
1828; died 8 July 1849, and 
bur. at Dover, Ills., U.S.A. 
I St wife. 



Anne, born 28 January 
1807 ; marr. at Toronto, 
Canada, John Hurst ; 
died s.p. at Barrie, 
Ontario, Canada, 16 
January 1882, and bur. 
there. She died at 
Peterborough, Ontario. 



John Roberts, bom at Wexford 
17 September 1829; died 22 May 
1837- _ 

James G. Roberts, born at Wexford 
26 November 1830; died at Helena, 
Wis., U.S.A., 25 June 1854. 



Isabella, born at 
Wexford i May 
1832 ; marr. 8 
July 1850, Judge 
E. Penington. 



Abraham Roberts, bom at Pittsburg, 
Pa., U.S.A., 6 October 1834; died in 
California in 1902. 



Thomas H. G. Roberts, born at Vicks- 
burg. Miss., U.S.A., i February 1837; 
died 15 September 1838. 



Grace, born at Vicksburg, Miss., U.S.A., 
24 October 1838, and bapt. there; 



marr. at Fremont, 
1857, G.W. Dunton. 
Council Bluffs, la., 
1899, to Samuel 



U.S.A., 5 January 

She marr. 2ndly at 

U.S.A., 10 January 

Alban ; bom at 



Muscatine, la., U.S.A., 6 July 1844. 



Emily, born at Trenton, 
Mo., U.S.A., 10 July 
1840; died 5 July 1844. 



Ann M., born 10 January 
1843, and died 10 
February following. 



William Roberts, born at 
Trenton, Mo., U.S.A., lo 
July, and died 9 August 
1844. _ 

Letitia, born at Peoria, 
Ills., U.S..-\., 23 September 
1845 ; died 9 July 1849. 



Harriet, born 22 May 1790; marr. Frederick Pennell (son of William Pennell of Waterford, 
Consul-General of Brazil, by his wife, Elisabeth Carrington of Topsham, co. Devon); died at 
Gloucester 23 December, bur. there 30 December 1852. She died at her residence, 
32 Richmond Terrace, Everton, co. Lancaster, in her 73rd year, on Saturday, 12 July, and was 
bur. at Gloucester, near her husband, 16 July 1862. {See page p.) 

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Emily, born at Waterford 
24 July, bapt. at Waterford 
Cathedral 22 September 
1814; died unmarried 12 
October 1853, and bur. at 
the French Church, Water- 
ford. Memorial tablet in 
Waterford Cathedral. 



Flora Augusta, born at 
Waterford 20 April, bapt. 
at Waterford Cathedral 28 
May 1816; died, aged 82, 
6 June, bur. in Mount 
Jerome Cemetery, Harold's 
Cross, Dublin, 10 June 
1898. 



Rosamond, born at Waterford 
7 May, bapt. at Waterford 
Cathedral 21 May 1818; 
marr. at Clonmore, co. 
Kilkenny, 4 January 1840, 
her cousin, the Rev. William 
John Price (son of William 
Price by Lucinda his wife); 
born at Waterford 18 Sep- 
tember 1 8 10; Lecturer of 
St. Olave's, Waterford ; Vicar 
of Killelan, co. Kildare; died, 
aged 49, 27 March 1863, and 
bur. at the French Church, 
Waterford. She died 27 April 
1854, and was bur. at the 
French Church, Waterford. 



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James Hackett= 
Roberts, born 
at Waterford 1 3 
February, bapt. 
at Waterford 
Cathedral 24 
February 1820; 
died 2 1 Decem- 
ber, bur. in 
the cemetery at 
Everton, co. 
Lancaster, 26 
December 1886. 



Harriet, dau. of 
Francis Owens by 
Margaret his wife; 
born at Penley, 
CO. Salop, 7 May, 
bapt. there 28 
May 181 5 ; marr. 
at the Registry 
Office, Liverpool, 
7 June 1852; 
died 26 September 
1885, and bur. in 
Necropolis Ceme- 
tery, Low Hill, 
Everton. 



James Roberts, born at 
College Street, East 
Liverpool, and bapt. at 
St. Nicholas', Liverpool, 
30 April 1854. 



Katherine, born at SherifFe Street, Everton, co. 
Lancaster, 27 March 1857 ; marr. at St. Peter's, 
Everton, 27 October 1881, Charles Moody (son 
of Thomas Moody, by Margaret his wife) ; 
born at Leeds, co. York, i8 February 1856, 
and bapt. at Christ Church, Leeds. 



Elizabeth, born 9 November 
1808 ; marr. 10 October 
1846, Henry John Willett of 
Dublin (eldest son of Henry 
John Willett of Castlefield, 
CO. Kilkenny) ; died s.p. 29 
May 1872. She died at 
116 Rosslyn Street, Toxteth 
Park, Liverpool, aged 95, 27 
January, and was bur. in 
Toxteth Park Cemetery, 
Smithdown Road, Liverpool, 
30 January 1903. 



Michael Roberts of Newtown, 
Waterford; born 18 July 181 1; 
marr. at Ballynakill, co. Waterford, 
10 September 1845, Letitia, 
younger dau. of Benjamin Roberts 
of Wexford. He died s.p. by an 
accident on a yacht, aged 57, on 
Monday, 3 August, and was bur. 
at Ballynakill 8 August 1868. 
Will proved at Waterford 25 
August 1868, by Letitia Roberts 
of Newtown, Waterford, the relict, 
and sole Executrix. 



Hester, born at Waterford 
I February 1813; marr. at 
Ballynakill 4 January 1841, 
Thomas Pyne of Waterford, 
M.D. ; born at Waterford; 
died at Belgrove, Canada, 
3 January, bur. at Toronto, 
Canada, 5 January 1883. 
She died at Toronto 10 
February, and was bur. there 
12 February 1896. 



Betsy, born 26 June 1792, 
and died young. 



^\'i^iam Roberts, born at Waterford 4 Decembep 
1823; died at "Rosenberg," Fox Grove Road, 
Beckenham, co. Kent, aged 74, on Thursday, 
16 December, bur. in the cemetery at Shirley, co. 
Surrey, 20 December 1897. Will dated 24 
January 1893, with codicil dated 16 February 

1897, proved (Prin. Reg., 81, 98) 31 January 

1898, by Frederick Arthur Roberts and David 
Alan Stevenson, two of the Exors. 



=Eniily, 3rd dau. of William Henry Hamerton 
of Dublin; bom in Dublin, 12 June 1823, 
and bapt. at Queen Anne's Church, Dublin ; 
marr. at Calcutta, India, 10 July 1848; 
died at her residence " Rosenberg," Fox 
Grove Road, Beckenham, on Tuesday, 13 
October, bur. in the cemetery at Shirley on 
Friday, 16 October 1903. 



William Thomas Roberts, born 19 May 
1849, and bapt. at Calcutta; died unmarried 
at Brighton, co. Sussex, aged 42, on Thursday, 
21 January, bur. at Shirley 26 January 1892. 



Letitia Whiteway, born 18 April 1851, and 
bapt. at Calcutta ; marr. at the British 
Embassy, Brussels (by the Rev. William 
Drury), on Wednesday, i September 1869, 
William Cunningham Fairley (son of 
Edward Fairley of Glasgow) ; he died at 
Burnford House, Bramshaw, co. Hants, 
aged 56, on Tuesday, 21 October, bur. in 
Brookwood Cemetery, Woking, co. Surrey, 
27 October 1890. 



Emily, born 19 April 1853, 
and bapt. at Calcutta; marr. 
at St. John the Evangelist's, 
Bromley, co. Kent (by 
the Rev. Stanley Arthur 
Vardon, Vicar of All Saints', 
Langton Green, co. Kent, 
cousin of the bridegroom), 
on Saturday, 17 October 
1 89 1, Arthur Hitchcock 
of Bettysground, Shute, 
CO. Devon (youngest son 
of Edward Hitchcock of 
St. Clement's, Paignton, 
CO. Devon). 



Henry Roberts (twin 
with Catherine Anna), 
born 29 May 1855, 
and died in 1857. 



Catherine Anna (twin 
with Henry), born 
29 May 1855. 

Ellen, born 17 August, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Netting Hill, London, 
13 October 1858. 



I I 
Mordaunt Roberts, 
died in infancy. 



Frances Sophia, 
died in infancy. 



Frances Eliza, born 22 August 1824; marr. at Meerut, North-West 
Provinces, India, 20 October 1842, General Charles Grant, C.B. (son of 
Robert Grant of the Bengal Civil Service) ; of the Royal (late Bengal 
Horse) Artillery, Ensign 22 April 1819, Lieutenant 2 August 1822, 
Brevet Captain 22 April 1834, Captain 17 January' 1836, Brevet Major 
30 April 1834, Major 5 July 1846, Brevet Lieut.-Colonel 19 June 1846, 
Lieut.-Colonel 5 May 1849, Brevet Colonel 20 June 1854, Colonel 
18 February 1861, Colonel-Commandant 11 December 1868, Major- 
General 14 October 1858, Lieut.-General 14 December 1868, General 
I October 1877; created C.B. 9 June 1849; died at 3 Suffolk 
Square, Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, on Friday, 13 January 1882. 
Will dated 12 February 1875, proved at Gloucester 9 February 
1882, by Elizabeth Charlotte Grant of 3 Suffolk Square, Chelten- 
ham, CO. Gloucester, spinster, and Isabella Caroline Thomas (wife 
of Tudor Vaughan Howell Thomas) of Lampeter House, Narbeth, co. 
Pembroke, the daughters, two of the surviving Exors. She died 
15 October 1852, and was bur. at Mean Meer, India. 



I'^liza, born 2 July 1795; marr. at Waterford Cathedral (by the Very Rev. Ussher Lee, Dean 
of Waterford), 24 February 1827, John Greensill, In.speetor of Ordnance Accounts, Hahfax, 
Nova Scotia, and afterwards Storekeeper H.M. Ordnance at Purflcet, co. Essex; died at the 
Rectory, Helensburgh, co. Dumbarton, aged 77, 17 May 1874, and bur. in the cemetery at 
Helensburgh. She died at Osnaburgh Street, Regent's Park, London, 17 October, and was 
bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, London, 24 October 185 1. 

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Mary, born at Waterford 25 January, bapt. 
at Waterford Cathedral 2 June 1S25 ; died 
unmarried at Orchardstown, Rathfornham, 
CO. Dublin, aged 32, 5 June, bur. in Mount 
Jerome Cemetery, Harold's Cross, Dublin, 
9 June 1858. Adiiion was granted at 
the Principal Registry 3 August 1858, to 
Katherine Roberts of 9 Henrietta Street, 
Waterford, the mother and next of kin. 



Elizabeth, born at Waterford 5 February, bapt. at 
Waterford Cathedral 18 February 1830; marr. 
there 4 July 1854, her cousin, Spencer Perceval 
Pennell of 77 Marlborough Road, Donnybrook, 
CO. Dublin (son of Frederick Pennell, by Harriet 
his wife, dau. of the Rev. John Roberts); born at 
Waterford 5 February 1823 ; died s.p. at Calcutta, 
Lidia, I June 1863, and bur. there. {See page 7.) 



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Frederick Arthur Roberts,= 
born at Kensington, London, 
on Monday, 30 April, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, Notting Hill, 
London, 25 July i860; of 
Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas 
Term, 1878, B.A. 18S2. 



=Adah Felicitas, 6th dau. of the 
Hon'''' James Dever of St. John, 
New Brunswick, Canada, Senator, 
by Margaret his wife, dau. of 
James Morris ; born at St. John, 
New Brunswick, and bapt. 
there ; marr. at the Pro-Cathedral, 
Kensington, London (by the 
Rev. Father Gavin, assisted by 
the Rev. Father Bloom field), on 
Thursday, 10 September 1891. 



Frederick William Sautelle Roberts, 
born at 37 De Vere Gardens, 
Kensington, London, on Monday, 
19 June, bapt. at St. Paul's, New 
Beckenham, co. Kent, 26 July 1899. 



Annie, born at 34 Kensington 
Park Gardens, London, on 
Thursday, i May, bapt. at 
St. Peter's, Notting Hill, 
London, 10 September 1862 ; 
marr. at St. Paul's, New 
Beckenham, (by the Rev. 
Robert Bolton Ransford, 
Vicar of St. Jude's, Heme Hill, 
CO. .Surrey), on Wednesday, 
20 January 1892, David Alan 
Stevenson (son of David 
Stevenson); born 21 July 
1854; M.Inst. C.E. ; Engineer 
to the Commissioner of 
Northern Lights. 

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Maria Isabella, born 22 August 1825 ; marr. at Mecrut, North-West Provinces, India, 20 October 
1842, Lieut. -Colonel William Maximilian George Maconochie-Welwood of Meadowbank House, 
CO. Midlothian, and of Garvoch, co. F'ife (4th son of Alexander Maconochie-Welwood, D.L., 
Senator of the College of Justice in Scotland, as Lord Meadowbank, by Anne his wife, eldest 
dau. of the Rt. Hon'''*^ Lord President Robert Blair of Avontown) ; of the Hon'='= East India 
Co.'s Service ; formerly Captain 2nd Bengal Light Cavalry, Lieut.-Colonel Edinburgh Artillery 
and Major Fife Artillery Militia, retired in 1S73; died at Brighton, co. Su.ssex, aged 65, on 
Friday, 22 December 1882, and bur. in the family vault at Kirknewton. U'ill dated i February 
1874, proved (Prin. Reg., 862, 83) 6 October 1883, by Maria Isabella Maconochie-Welwood 
of " Edgehill," Sydenham, co. Kent, the relict, the surviving Exor for England. She died 
at " Stellenburg," Tunbridge Wells, co. Kent, aged 61, on Christmas Day, Saturday, 25 
December, and was bur. in the cemetery at Tunbridge Wells 31 December 1886. Will dated 
30 October 1884, with two codicils dated respectively 6 March 18S5 and 10 September 1886, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 296, 87) 17 March 18S7, by David Duncan of 10 Hill Street, in the City 
of Edinburgh, Advocate, the surviving Exor. =^ 

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Frances Isabella,^ 
dau. of George 
Poyntz Ricketts 
of the Bengal 
Civil Service, by 
Sophia Sarah Jane 
his wife, youngest 
child of Captain 
Richard Pierce of 
the "Halsewell" 
East Indiaman, 
and cousin of 
Robert Banks, 
2nd Earl of 
Liverpool ; marr. 
at Moydapore, 
India, 20 July 
1820; died, aged 
24, 14 May 1827, 
and bur. at 
Subathu, India. 
1st wife. 



=General Sir Abraham Roberts, G.C.B. ; born at 
VVaterford ii April 1784; joined the Waterford 
Militia 1801, appointed to the 48th Regiment of Foot 
I January 1803, and joined the Hon'''« East India 
Co.'s Service 1804; Lieutenant 13th Bengal Native 
Infantry 19 March 1805, Brevet Captain i January 
1818, Major 27th Native Infantry 24 September 1826 
to 28 September 1831, Lieut.-Colonel 28 September 
1831, Colonel 10 November 1843, Major-General 20 
June 1854, Lieut.-General 13 October 1857, General 
3 October 1864; Colonel loist Regiment (Royal 
Bengal Fusiliers) 30 September 1862-73 ! served under 
Lord Lake in the Sutlej Campaign 1805, in Bundelcund, 
against the Pindarees, and acted as Brigade-Major at 
the sieges of Komona and Gunowrie 1806-7 ! served 
under Sir William Richards in the Nepaul War 
1814-15, at the storming of the fort of Kalunga (war 
medal); commanded his regiment at Biria Ke Tehee 
in December 18 14, where he successfully engaged 
and captured the chief and many others, completely 
routing the enemy ; appointed Brigadier-Genera! in the 
first Afghan War 1838-42; commanded Shah Shuja's 
force in 1840, and was present at the storming and 
capture of Ghuznee (medal and 2nd-class Dooranee 
Order); commanded the Peshawar division in India 1852-54; 
created C.B. 20 December 1839, K.C.B. 28 March 1865, G.C.B. 
8 December 1873; died at his residence, 25 Royal York Crescent, 
Clifton, CO. Gloucester, in his 90th year, on Sunday, 28 December 
1873, bur. at the parish church, CHfton, 2 January 1874. M.I. 
Will dated 8 January 1873, proved at Bristol 14 January 1874, by 
John Davis Sherston of the parish of Bramshaw, co. Southampton, 
and Bunbury Taylor of 23 Stanley Gardens, Notting Hill, in the 
parish of Kensington, co. Middlesex, the Exors. 



=Isabella, dau. of Abraham 
Bunbury of Kilfeacle, co. 
Tipperary, Captain 62nd 
Regiment of Foot; born at 
Cathlaw, CO. Linlithgow, 
19 January 1799; marr. 
at Benares, India, 2 Au- 
gust 1830. She marr. 
istly Hamilton George 
Maxwell of Ardwell, N.B., 
Major Bengal Army, who 
died 17 June 1829. She 
died at Hampton Court 
Palace, aged 83, on Tuesday, 
7 March, and was bur. in 
thechurchyardatHampton, 
CO. Middlesex, 1 1 March 
1882. Will dated I No- 
vember 1880, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 722, 82) 2 Septem- 
ber 1882, by Jonas Stawell 
of 23 Victoria Square, 
Clifton, in the City and 
County of Bristol, a Major 
in Her Majesty's Army, 
and Thomas Parr of 41 
Broad Street, Bristol, the 
Exors. 2nd wife. 



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Major-General George Ricketts Roberts of 35 Lee Park, Lee, co. Kent,= 
formerly of the Bengal Staff Corps ; born at Meerut, North-West Provinces, 
India, 8 February 1827; educated at CUfton, Woolwich and Addiscombe ; 
entered the Army as Ensign 7 June 1844, Lieutenant i July 1846, Captain 
23 November 1856, Major 7 June 1864, Lieut.-Colonel 7 June 1870, Brevet 
Colonel 7 June 1875, and Deputy Commissary-General; retired with hon. 
rank of Major-General 15 December 1880; served with the 41st Bengal 
Native Infantry at Moodkee, Ferozeshah and Aliwall, with the reserve of the 
Sutlej Army and at the battle of Sabraon 1845-46 (medal with clasp), with the 
force that took possession of the Jullundhur Doab in 1846, and with that 
which marched the same year to coerce Shiekh Imuum-u-Deen of Cashmere ; 
Interpreter and Quarter-Master of the regiment when sent from Delhi to 
Moultan across the Desert via Hansi Hisser Rohtuk and Bahawalpore in 1849, 
also when it formed part of the Moultan Brigade that in 1852 proceeded 
against Ameer Ally Murad of Scinde ; appointed to the Commissariat 
Department 8 October 1852, and in 1858 in charge of Sir Edward Lugard's 
Force at Benares (medal, mentioned in despatches); in 1858-59 served as 
Commissariat Officer with the Brigade under Colonel R. Taylor, 79th 
Highlanders, which formed part of Sir Hope Grant's Force in Oudh ; present 
at the taking of Jugdespore and other Tram Gogra operations ; twice thanked 
by Government of India for services during 
cholera epidemics, and for his conduct of 
the duties of Principal Executive Com- 
missariat Officer with the camp assembled 
at Delhi in 1876 for H.R.H. the Prince 
of Wales (now King Edward VII.) 






=Harriett, only dau. of 
Thomas Roberts of 
the Hon^-'^ East India 
Co.'s Service, Captain 
51st Bengal Native 
Infantry, by Harriett 
his wife, 3rd dau. of 
William Lowndes of 
Chesham, co. Buck- 
ingham, a Commis- 
sioner of Excise, J. P.; 
horn at Mussoorie, 
North-West Provinces, 
India, 29 May 1836 ; 
marr. at the Cathedral, 
Waterford (by the 
Very Rev. the Dean 
of AVaterford, assisted 
by the Rev. William 
John Price), on 
Friday, 6 March 1857. 
(See page 2.) 



Captain Sir Samuel Roberts of Belmont, co. VVaterford, C.B., R.N. ; born= 
2 July 1785; joined the Navy November 1797, as first-class Volunteer on 
board the "Expedition" (Lieut.-Commander John Hinton) lying at 
Waterford, and was on continuous service for 21 years; engaged with and 
under fire of the enemy 53 times ; in Sir John Warren's action at the 
capture of the Loire frigate; in command (at 15 years of age) of the boats 
manned with 25 men, and with small arms only, captured at Leogan, five 
well-armed French schooners, having on board 250 soldiers; promoted 
Lieutenant in the "Superb" 22 May 1806, ist Lieutenant to the 
" Unicorn " at the destruction of the French shipping in Aix Roads in 
April 1809; in January and February 1810 he commanded the boats of 
the "Armide," in conjunction with those of a squadron, at the capture and 
destruction of 15 of the enemy's coasting vessels near Rochelle ; on 4 May 
1810, with the boats of the "Armide," "Monkey" and "Daring" brigs 
under his orders, he effected the destruction of 13 out of a convoy of 17 
sail ; defended, at the He de R^, by batteries on shore, two armed luggars 
and several pinnaces; promoted Captain 6 December 1813, in command 
of the "Meteor" bomb 19 February 1814; in that vessel he accompanied 
a detachment of troops under Major-General Ross to North America, 
serving in the expeditions against Alexandria, Baltimore and New Orleans, 
and prior to the attack on the latter place he commanded a division of 
boats at the capture on Lake Borgue, 14 December 18 14, of five American 
gun vessels ; advanced to post rank 4 and 13 June, and nominated C.B. 
August 181 5; Senior Officer in Court of Portugal during war between 
Don Pedro and Don Miguel ; knighted by the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland 
23 June 1833; died 16 December 1848, and bur. at the French Church, 
Waterford. M.L Will dated 10 August 1846, proved 14 February 1850. 



=Rosamond, eldest 
dau. of Benjamin 
Roberts of Wex- 
ford ; marriage 
licence dated 30 
May 1818; died, 
aged 46, 3 No- 
vember 1844, and 
bur. at the French 
Church, Waterford. 
M.L 



Henry Paget Roberts, died 
young, and bur. at the French 
Church, Waterford. M.L 



Harriett Amy Lowndes, George Grant Roberts, Arthur Roberts, born Frances, born 19 
born at 24 Montpellier born 4 January i860; 9 June 1861, died September, died 23 
Square, Knightsbridge, died 4 September 186 1, the following day, September 1862, and 
London, on Friday, 30 and bur. at Nyne Tal, and bur. at Nyne bur. at Agra, North- 
December 1857. India. Tal. West Provinces, India. 



Catherine Isabella, born at Agra, North-West Provinces, on 
Saturday, 26 November 1864 ; marr. at St. Michael and All Angels', 
Blackheath Park, co. Kent (by the Rev. Arthur Evelyn Barnes- 
Lawrence, the Vicar, assisted by the Rev. Baring Baring-Gould), 
on Saturday, 4 July 1896, Arthur Beresford Dowling (son of the 
Rev. Barre Beresford Dowling, Rector of Brown-Candover with 
Chilton-Candover, co. Hants, by Mary Ursula his wife, dau. of the 
Rev. Henry George Wells, Rector of Kingsworthy, co. Hants) ; 
born on Christmas Day, 25 December 1865, bapt. at Brown- 
Candover 8 April 1866; educated at Winchester College. 

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Frederick Roberts, bom 
28 August, died 25 Sep- 
tember 1866, and bur. at 
Darjeeling, Bengal, India. 



Thomas Roberts, bom at 
Lucknow, India, 14 Sep- 
tember, and bur. there 
18 September 1878. 



Field-Marshal the Rt. HonW-^ Sir Frederick Sleigh Roberts, Earl Roberts,=pNorah Henrietta (C.I 



and Member of the Order 
of the Royal Red 
Cross), youngest daughter 
of John Bews, Captain 
73rd Regiment of Foot, 
and Paymaster-General of 
Royal Irish Constabulary, 
CO. Mayo, by Mary 
Elizabeth his wife ; born 
17 March, bapt. at 
Castlebar, co. Mayo (by 
the Rev.Thomas Atkinson), 
15 April 1838; marr. at 
St. Patrick's, VVaterford (by 
the Rev. H. Ryland, Chan- 
cellor of the Cathedral), 
on Tuesday, 17 May 1859. 



and Viscount St. Pierre of Kandahar in Afghanistan, and Pretoria in the 
Transvaal Colony, and of the City of Waterford, and Baron Roberts of 
Kandahar in Afghanistan and of the City of Waterford, all in the peerage 
of the United Kingdom, and a Baronet, K.G., K.P., P.C, G.C.B., G.C.S.I., 
G.C.I. E., O.M., V.C, D.C.L., Lit.D., LL.D.; born at Cawnpore, North-West 
Provinces, India, 30 September 1832, and bapt. there; educated at Eton, 
Sandhurst and Addiscombe ; entered the Bengal Artillery as 2nd Lieutenant 
12 December 1851, Lieutenant 3 June 1857, Captain 12 November i860, 
Brevet Major 12 November i860. Brevet Lieut. -Colonel 15 August 1868, 
Brevet Colonel 30 January 1875, Major-General 31 December 1878, 
Lieut.-General 26 July 1883, General 28 November 1890, Field-Marshal 
25 May 1895; served throughout the Indian Mutiny 1857-58, at the siege 
and capture of Delhi (wounded, horse shot), actions of Bolundshuhur (horse 
shot), Allyghur, Agra, Kunoj (horse wounded) and Bundhera; skirmishes 
during the operations connected with the relief of Lucknow ; operations 
at Cawnpore, defeat of the Gwalior contingent, action of Khodagunge, 
re-occupation of Futtehghur, storming of Meeangunga, action of Koorsee, 
and operations ending with the capture of Lucknow (mentioned in 
despatches, "London Gazette," 15 December 1857, 16 January, 29 January, 
22 February, 25 May, 31 May and 8 June 1858; received the thanks of 
the Governor-General of India, medal with three clasps, Brevet of Major, 

V.C); served in the North-West Frontier of India Expedition 1863, at the storming of Laloo, 
capture of Umbeylah, and destruction of Mulkah (medal with clasp) ; served in the Abyssinian 
Expedition 1868, and superintended the re-embarkation of the entire army (mentioned in despatches, 
"London Gazette," 30 June, 3 July and 10 July 1868 (medal, Brevet of Lieut.-Colonel) ; served 
in the Looshai Expedition 1871-72, at the capture of Kholel villages and attack on the Northlang 
range, commanded the troops engaged at the burning of the village of Taikoom (mentioned in 
despatches, "London Gazette," 21 June 1872); served in the Afghan War 1878-80, commanded 
Kuram Valley Field Force at capture of Peiwar Kotal, reconnaissance to summit of Shutar Garden 
Pass, attack by Mangols in Sapari Pass, occupation of the Khost district and reconnaissance up 
Khuram river ; commanded Kabul Field Force at occupation of Kabul, battle of Charasiah, commanded 
the whole force in march from Kabul to the relief of Kandahar and battle of i September 1880 
(mentioned in despatches "London Gazette," 4 February, 21 February, 21 March, 13 May and 
7 November 1879, 16 January, 4 May and 3 December 1880; received thanks of both Houses of 
Parliament 4 August 1879 and 5 May 1881, and created a Baronet; thanked by Government of 
India, and Governor-General in Council; medal with four clasps, bronze star, K.C.B., G.C.B.); 
served in Burmese Expedition 1886, commanded the Army in Burma after capture of Mandalay 
(thanked by Government of India, mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 2 September 1887, 
clasp) ; served as Field-Marshal Commanding-in-Chief the Forces in South Africa 1899-1900, at 
the operations in the Orange Free State February to May 1900, including operations at Paardeburg 
17 to 26 February; relieved Kimberley 15 February, took Commandant Cronje and the Western 
Army prisoners 27 February 1900; actions at Poplar Grove, Driefontein, Vet River (5 and 6 May) and 
Zand River; operations in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near 
Johannesburg, Pretoria and Diamond Hill (11 and 12 June); operations in the Transvaal, East of 
Pretoria, July to 29 November 1900, including action at Belfast (26 and 27 August) (medal with six 
clasps) ; Colonel-Commandant Royal Artillery 1S96-1900, Colonel Irish Guards from 1900, Hon. 
Colonel loth Volunteer Battalion (2nd London) King's Royal Rifle Corps from 1887, of the 3rd 
Battalion Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment) from 1888, of the ist 
Newcastle-on-Tyne Volunteer Artillery (Western Division R.A.) from 1894, of the Waterford Artillery 
Militia (Southern Division R.A.) from 1896, of the 3rd Battalion Loyal North Lancashire Regiment 
(Militia) from 1898, of the City of London Imperial Volunteers 1900, of the 3rd Battalion Gloucestershire 
Regiment (Militia) from 1900, and of the 2nd Hampshire Volunteer Artillery, R.G.A. (Militia); 
admitted to the Freedom of the Cities of London, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Bristol, Birmingham, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, Dundee, Waterford, Cardiff and Chesterfield, and to the Royal Boroughs of 
Inverness, Wick, Dunbar and Windsor; Member of Council of Government of Madras from 
November 1881 to August 1885; Commander-in-Chief in India November 1885 to April 1893; 
Commander of the Forces in Ireland i October 1895 to December 1899 ; Commander-in-Chief 
of the Army since 1901 ; bore Second Sword at Coronation of H.M. King Edward VII. 1902; 
Hon. D.C.L. Oxford and LL.D. Dublin 1881, Hon. LL.D. Cambridge 1893, Hon. D.Lit. Dublin 1901 
(degree conferred at Dublin 30 June 1903); a Knight of Justice of the Order of St. John 
of Jerusalem in England; a Knight of the Order of the Black Eagle of Prussia; C.B. (mil.) 
1872, K.C.B. (mil.) 1879, G.C.B. (mil.) 1880, G.C.LE. 18S7, G.C.S.I. 1893, P.C. 1895, K.G. 1901, 
Order of Merit 1902; created a Baronet 1881, Baron Roberts of Kandahar in Afghanistan and 
of the City of Waterford 1892, Viscount St. Pierre and Earl Roberts of Afghanistan, and of Pretoria in 
the Transvaal Colony, and of the City of Waterford 1901, all in the Peerage of the United Kingdom ; 
Author of " Rise of Wellington," 1895,' " Forty-one Years in India," 1897. 

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Harriet Mercer, bom at Calcutta, India, i6 December 1833 ; died unmarried at Hampton Court 
Palace, aged 47, on Friday, 8 October, bur. at Hampton, co. Middlesex, 12 October 1880. 
Will dated 23 January 1874, proved (Prin. Reg., 252, 81) i March 1881, by Sir Frederick Sleigh 
Roberts of "Edgehill," Sydenham, co. Kent, G.C.B., V.C, CLE., the brother, the sole Exor. 



Nora Frederica, bom Eveleen Sautelle, born at Royal York Frederick Henry Aileen Mary, 

10 March i860. Crescent, Clifton, co. Gloucester, on Roberts, born at bom 20 Sep- 

and bapt. at Simla, Saturday, 18 July, bapt. at Llandaff, Simla 27 July tember 1870, 

Punjab, India; died co. Glamorgan, 29 August 1868 ; died 1869; died at and bapt. at 

3 March i85i, and 8 February 1869, and bur. at sea. Simla 20 August Simla, 

bur. at Simla. 1869, and bur. 



there. 



Frederick Hugh Sherston Roberts, V.C. ; born at Simla, Punjab, India, 
8 January 1872 ; entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant King's Royal Rifle 
Corps 10 June 1891, Lieutenant 22 June 1894, A.D.C. to General Officer 
Commanding the Forces, Ireland, 14 December 1895 ; ser\'ed in Isazai 
Expedition 1892 ; served in the Waziristan Expedition 1894-95 as Orderly 
Officer to General Officer Commanding (mentioned in despatches); served with 
the Chitral Relief Force 1895 ; served in Nile Expedition 1898, present at the 
battle of Omdurman (mentioned in despatches, " London Gazette," 30 
September 1898); served in South African War 1899, present at the battle of 
Colenso, where for conspicuous bravery the V.C. was awarded after his death ; 
died of wounds received at that battle 17 December 1899, and bur. at 
Chieveley, Natal. M.I. 



Ada Edwina 
Stewart, born 
at Simla 28 
March 1875, 
and bapt. 
there. 



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Ceafiue. 




John Teague (son of John Teague, Governor of Giltspur Compter Prison,= 

London) ; born 14 January, bapt. at 
St. Olave's, Silver Street, London, 
8 February 1779; succeeded his father 
at the Poultry Compter 26 April 1803, 
and was appointed to Giltspur Street 
Compter and Ludgate (then debtors' 
prisons) 25 September 1804, and to the House of Correction in December 
1815, on the removal of the debtors from Giltspur Street and Newgate to 
the new prison in Whitecross Street, and the removal of the House of 
Correction prisoners from Newgate to Giltspur Street ; died at the 
Governor's House, Compter, Giltspur Street, West Smithfield, London, 
aged 62, 17 July, bur. in the East vault at St. Sepulchre's, London, 
24 July 1841. Memorial ring fo him and his ivife, inscribed "sophi.\ 

TEAGUE OB : S JUNE 1840, MT. 63, JOHN TEAGUE OB: 17 JULY 184I, 

JET. 62," in the possession of their great-grand-daughter, Gertrude Clara 
Harker. Miniature portrait in the 
possession of his grandson, George Fletcher 
Teague, and a silhouette in the possession 
of his great-grand-daughter, Gertrude 
Clara Harker. Will dated i6 July 
1834, proved (P.C.C, 648, 41) 20 
September 1841, by James Thomson, 
one of the surviving Exors. Power 
reserved to Josejih Payne the other 
surviving Exor. 



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=Sophia Ann, dau. 
of Nicholas Alex- 
ander ; marr. at 
St. Botolph's, 

Bishopsgate, I-on- 
don, 28 February 
1807 ; died at 
Giltspur Street, 
West Smithfield, 
London, aged 63, 
on Friday, 5 June, 
bur. in the East 
vault at St. 
Sepulchre's, Lon- 
don, II June 
1840. 



Sophia Ann, born 1 2 
September, bapt. at St. 
Sepulchre's, London, 20 
November 1808 ; died 
at Giltspur Street, West 
Smithfield, London, aged 
19 months, 22 April, 
bur. at St. Sepulchre's, 
London, 27 April 181 o. 



John James Teague, born 
6 February, bapt. at 
St. Sepulchre's, London, 
4 March 1810; died at 
Giltspur Street, West 
Smithfield, London, aged 
12 months, 19 February, 
bur. at St. Sepulchre's, 
London, 24 February 



James Alexander Teague= 
of 28 Spencer Street, 
Goswell Road, Clerken- 
well, London ; born 5 
December 1811, bapt. at 
St. Sepulchre's, London, 
5 January 181 2 ; died, 
aged 40, 14 February, 
bur. in Nunhead Ceme- 
tery, CO. Surrey, 19 
February 1852. Oil 

painting in the possession 
of his son, George Fletcher 
Teague, and a silhouette 
in the possession of his 
grand-daughter, Gertrude 
Clara Harker. 



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=Harriette, only dau. of Charles Fletcher of 
Upper Belgrave Terrace, Pimlico, London, 
by Harriet Elms his wife ; born 23 July, 
bapt. at St. Mary-le-Strand, London, 
28 August 1813 ; marr. at St. Mary's, 
Islington, London, 14 June 1838 ; 
died, aged 39, 28 September, bur. at 
Woodford, co. Essex, 2 October 1852. 
Oil painting in the possession of her son, 
George Fletcher Teague. AdrSon was 
granted (P.C.C.) 29 January 1853, to 
Caroline Frances Teague, spinster, the 
lawful aunt and curatrix or guardian law- 
fully assigned to Harriette .Sophia Teague, 
spinster, Clara Champney Teague, spinster, 
and George Fletcher Teague, minors, and 
Alexander Crichton Teague, an infant, the 
natural and lawful children of deceased, 
for use and benefit until age of 21 ; Harriet 
Champney, widow, the grandmother and 
only next of kin, having first renounced 
their curation or guardianship. 



Harriette Sophia, born 10 August, bapt. at St. James', Clerkenwell, London, 8 September 1839; 
died unmarried at 19 Hilldrop Crescent, Camden Road, London, aged 40, 6 February, bur. in 
Nunhead Cemetery 11 February 1880. Will dated 28 February 1879, proved (Prin. Reg., 
328, 80) II March 1880, by George Fletcher Teague of 19 Hilldrop Crescent, Camden Road, 
London, the brother, the sole Exor. 



14 



Caroline Frances, born 2 January, 
bapt. at St. Sepulchre's, London, 
30 January 1814; died unmarried 
at 12 Hillmarten Road, Camden 
Road, London, aged 81, on Satur- 
day, 27 April, bur. in Highgate 
Cemetery, London, i May 1895. 
M.L Silhouette as a child, in tlie 
possession of her great-niece, Ger- 
trude Clara Harker. Admon was 
granted at the Principal Registry 
19 June 1895, to George Fletcher 
Teague, the nephew. 




Harriet, bom 13 September, bapt. 
at St. Sepulchre's, London (by 
the Rev. Charles Cornelius 
Chambers), 17 October 1815; 
died unmarried at 12 Hillmarten 
Road, Camden Road, London, 
aged 79, on Sunday, 16 Septem- 
ber, bur. in Highgate Cemetery, 
London, 19 September 1894. 
M.L Silhouette as a child, in 
the possession of her great-niece, 
Gertrude Clara Harker. Adiiion 
was granted at the Principal 
Registry 5 July 1895, to George 
Fletcher Teague, the nephew. 



Sophia, born 23 De- 
cember 181 7, bapt. at 
St. Sepulchre's, London 
(by the Rev. Thomas 
Harrison), i April 
1818 ; died unmarried, 
aged 33, 25 July, bur. 
in Nunhead Cemetery, 
CO. Surrey, 30 July 
1 85 1. Silhouette as a 
child, in the posses- 
sion of her great- 
niece, Gertrude Clara 
Harker. 



Sophia Caroline, born at 28 Spencer Street, Goswell Road, Clerkenwell, London, 21 .August, 
bapt. at St. James', Clerkenwell, 16 September 1840; marr. at St. Luke's, West Holloway, 
CO. Middlesex (by the Rev. Sparks Bellett Sealy, assisted by the Rev. George Albert Rogers, 
the Vicar), on Thursday, 17 October 1867, John Cooke Harker of " Danehurst," Champion 
Hill, CO. Surrey; born 22 August 1831. She died at " Fernside," Hornsey Lane, co. Middlesex, 
aged 38, on Sunday, 29 December 1878, and was bur. in Highgate Cemetery, London, 
2 January 1879. M.L He marr. 2ndly at St. Giles', Camberwell, co. Surrey (by the 
Rev. James Henry Hazell, Vicar of St. Andrew's, Peckham, co. Surrey), on Wednesday, 
19 April 1882, Caroline Sarah, younger dau. of Thomas Goodman of Islington, co. Middlesex; 
born 3 July 1844. =;= 

A 




Clara Champney, born 20 No- George Fletcher= 

vember, bapt. at St. James', Teague of 32 

Clerkenwell,London, 28 December Hilldrop Road, 

1842; died unmarried at 19 Hill- Camden Road, 

drop Crescent, Camden Road, London ; born 

London, aged 26, 14 July, bur. in 19 January, 

Nunhead Cemetery, co. Surrey, bapt. at St. 

20 July 1869. Will dated 12 July James', Clerken- 

1869, proved (Prin. Reg., 674, 69) well, London, 16 

23 October i86g, by George February 1844. 
Fletcher Teague of 19 Hilldrop 
Crescent, Camden Road, London, 
the brother, the sole Exor. 




=Eliza Louisa Emma, 
only child of John 
Sheldrick of Camden 
Town, CO. Middlesex, 
by Eliza his wife, dau. 
of Thomas Hacker ; 
born at King Square, 
Goswell Road, London, 
12 November 1856, 
bapt. at St. Barnabas', 
King Square, 14 Jan- 
uary 1857; marr. at the 
parish church, Kentish 
Town, CO. Middlesex, 
12 August 1882. 



Alexander Crich- 
ton Teague, born 
28 December 
1846, bapt. at 
St. James', Clerk- 
enwell, London, 
9 April 1847 ; 
died, aged 10, 
bur. in Nun- 
head Cemetery 
2 March 1857. 



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Fac'-sunile of a Portrait of John South of Little 
Bentley, co. Essex ; baptised at Little Bent ley 2£ March 
f'/g2, died g Ahircli iS^y ; in the possession of John 



Arthur Soiith, his grandson. 



^outt) of Etttle Mtntkp, to. €000):. 



Rebecca, dau. of John= 
Lord [bur. at Dover- 
court, CO. Es.sex, 24 
March 1852, aged 84], 
by Elizabeth Inman 
his wife [bur. at 
Dovercourt 5 August 
1851, aged77]; marr. 
by licence at Little 
Bentley, co. Essex, 
28 December 1820; 
bur. there 4 February 
1825. I St wife. 



=John South of Little= 
Bentley, afterwards 
of Foulton Hall, 
Ramsey, both co. 
Essex (son of 
Thomas South of 
Little Bentley, by 
Martha his wife) ; 
bapt. at Little 
Bentley 25 March 
1792; died, aged 
65, 9 March, bur. 
at Little Bentley 
14 March 1857. 
M.L 




=Sarah, dau. of Thomas Burrows of Little Oakley, 
CO. Essex, by Sarah Lord his wife; born 21 
January, bapt. privately at Little Oakley 24 
January 1796, and received into the church there 
6 August 1797 ; marr. by licence at Little Oakley 
(by the Rev. J. Thomas Scott) 20 May 1825 ; 
marr. istly at Little Oakley 28 August i8i8, 
Edward Rayner of Little Oakley (son of John 

Rayner of Great 
Oakley, co. Es- 
sex, by Elizabeth 
his wife) ; bapt. 
at Great Oakley 
1 1 January 1790; 
died, leaving issue, aged 36, 27 September, bur. at 
Great Oakley 30 September 1824. Will dated 
25 September 1824, proved in the Archdeaconry 
Court of Colchester 29 May 1825. She died at 
Manningtree, co. Essex, aged 78, 17 March, and 
was bur. at Little Bentley 22 March 1875. M.L 
2nd wife. 




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Thomas South, bapt. at Little 
Bentley 3 December 1822 ; died, 
aged 19, 7 April, bur. at Little 
Bentley 5 March 1841. M.I. 



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Clementina, born at Little Bentley 3 March, bapt. there 
9 May 1824 ; marr. at Ramsey 11 November 1843, George 
Blumer of Hartlepool, co. Durham, and of Harwich, co. 
Essex (eldest son of Luke Blumer of Harwich, afterwards 
of Hartlepool, by Margaret 
Wheatley of South Shields, 
CO. Durham, his ist wife); 
born at South Shields 24 
October, bapt. at St. Hilda's, 
South Shields, 19 November 1817. Clementina, his wife, 
died at Hartlepool, aged 24, 3 March, and was bur. in the 
churchyard at Hartlepool 8 March 1848. M.L He marr. 
2ndly at Chapter Row Chapel, South Shields, 17 July 1849, Elizabeth, dau. of William Garritt 
of South Shields; born at South Shields 12 January, 
bapt. at St. Hilda's, South Shields, 16 February 1820; - 

died at York 28 July, bur. in the cemetery at West ^y^ y^y^ yi^^ 
Hartlepool on Monday, 31 July 1893. Will dated <:^ ^f /^C*^^ ^^/^ft:-^^^*^-^ ^f~ 
27 March 1889, proved at Durham 15 September 1893, ^:^ 
by Francis Yeoman, the sole Exor. He died at 

Hartlepool, aged 50, 27 December, and was bur. in the churchyard at St. Hilda's, Hartlepool, 
30 December 1867. M.L Will dated 11 April 1866, proved at Durham 12 March 1868, by 
William Gray of Greatham, co. Durham, Robert Brewis of Hartlepool, co. Durham, and John 
George Blumer of Hartlepool, the son, the Exors. =j= =n 



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(See Pedis^ree of Blumer, Vol. p, page y6.) 



17 



Elizabeth, marr. 
at Ramsey, co. 
Essex, 2 2 August 
1849, Leonard 
Roach of Mel- 
bourne, Australia 
(son of James 
Roach); she died 
in Melbourne in 
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John South of Ramsey, co. Essex,^ 
and afterwards of Alton Hall, Stutton, 
CO. Suffolk (twin with Maria) ; born 
24 June 1828; died at Alton Hall, 
Stutton, on Sunday, 30 October, bur. 
in the churchyard at Stutton on 
Thursday, 3 November 1892. M.I. 
Will dated 6 July 1889, proved at 
Ipswich 24 December 1892, by Cyril 
Frederick South, the son, Henry 
Spurling and Sarah South, the relict, 
the Exors. 



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=Sarah, 2nd dau. of Edward Cooper of 



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Great Oakley, co. Essex, by Sarah his 
wife, dau. of James Allsop of Great 





Oakley {see Pedigree of Cooper, Vol. j, 
page 112) ; born 20 September, bapt. 
at Great Oakley 3 November 1837 ; 
marr. there by licence (by the Rev. 
John Howard Marsden, B.D., Rural 
Dean), 11 February 1857. 



I 
Sarah Kate, born 

at Ramsey 1 5 
November, bapt. 
there 1 1 Decem- 
ber 1857. 



John Arthur South, 
born at Ramsey 
II February, bapt. 
there 9 March 1859. 



Gertrude, born at Ramsey 9 April, bapt. there 9 May 
i860; marr. by licence at Stutton on Thursday, 21 
October 1880 (marriage settlements dated 14 October 
1880, Trustees, John South of Alton Hall, Stutton [who 
died 30 October 1892, his son, John Arthur South, 
being appointed in his stead 12 December 1893], and 
William Henry Crisp [who died i June 1902, Cooper 
South being appointed in his stead]), to Frederick 
Arthur Crisp of Grove Park, Denmark Hill, and 
of " Brcadhurst," Godalming, both co. Surrey (eldest 
son of Frederick Augustus Crisp of Playford Hall, co. 
Suffolk, by Sarah his wife, 4th dau. of John Steedman 
of Walworth, co. Surrey [see Pedigree of Steedman, 
page 8g\); bom at Walworth 27 June, bapt. at 
St. Mary, Newington, co. Surrey, 29 October 1851. 



18 



Maria (twin with John), born 24 June 
1828 ; marr. at Llandaff Cathedral 
3 December 1856, Edward Cooper of 
St. Osyth, CO. Essex (son of Edward 
Cooper of Great Oakley, co. Essex, 
by Sarah his wife, dau. of James Allsop 
of Great Oakley [see Pedigree of 
Cooper, Vol. /, page 112] ) ; born i o 
June, bapt. at Great Oakley 21 June 
1833 ; died s.p. at Little Oakley 
Lodge, aged 58, 17 January, bur. at 
Great Oakley 22 January 1892. Will 
dated 19 December 1891, with codicil 
dated 13 January 1892, proved at 
Ipswich 18 February 1892, by Russell 
Wontner of Little Oakley and Amis 
Hempson of Ramsey, the Eicors. 
She died at Little Oakley Lodge 
3 November, and was bur. at Little 
Oakley 7 November 1891. 



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Anna, born i June 1830, bapt. at Ramsey, co. Essex 
(by the Rev. Thomas Greene Hickman) 11 February 
1832 ; marr. by licence at Ramsey (by the Rev. 
William Bull) 5 October 1849, the Rev. Edwin Fice 
(son of Samuel 
Fice); appointed C^ 
first Rector of 
Canton, co. Gla- 
morgan, 1858 ; 

died at Cwmbran, co. Monmouth, aged 42, 21 August, 
bur. there 26 August 1863. Memorial tablet to his 
memory in the church at Canton. Will dated 
7 October 1862, proved at Llandaff 28 November 
1863, by William Rice of Tewkesbury, co. Gloucester, 
and Richard Rice of Tewkesbury, the Exors. She 
died at St. George's Hospital, Hyde Park Corner, 
London, 14 October, and was bur. in Kensal Green 
Cemetery, London, 17 October 1870. Adinon was 
granted at the Principal Registry 24 October 187 1, to 
Samuel Edwin Fice of Great Malvern, co. Worcester, 
the son, and one of the next of kin. 



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Edward Stanley 
South, born at 
Ramsey 28 De- 
cember 1 86 1, 
bapt. there 28 
January 1862 ; 
died 3 1 May, 
bur. at Ramsey 
4 June 1863. 
M.L 



Cyril Frederick= 
South, born at 
Ramsey 16 Jan- 
uary, bapt. there 
8Februaryi863. 



=Ellen Maria, only dau. of George Mumford Sexton of 




Wherstead, afterwards of Sproughton, both co. Suffolk, by 
Ellen Matilda his wife, dau. of William Stutter Frost of 

Brent Eleigh, co. 
Suffolk ; born at 
Wherstead Hall 
26 March, bapt. 
at Wherstead 24 




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April 1866 ; marr. at St. Peter's, Ipswich, co. Suffolk (by the 
Rev. William Berry, the Vicar, and the Hon'''"' and Rev. Walter 
William Brabazon Ponsonby, Rector of Stutton, co. Suffolk), 
on Wednesday, 11 October 1893. 

{See Pedigree of Sexton, Vol. 6, page 21.) 



Winifred, born at Uttoxeter, John Mumford South, born Enid, born at Uttoxeter at 5.15 

CO. Stafford, at 9 p.m., 17 at Uttoxeter on Thursday, a.m. on Sunday, 19 October 1902, 

April, bapt. there 26 June 25 August 1898, bapt. there bapt. at Dunston, co. Stafford, on 

1895. 15 March 1899. Tuesday, 24 March 1903. 



19 



Samuel South, bapt. 
privately (by the 
Rev. Thomas Greene 
Hickman), 1 1 Feb- 
ruary 1833 (baptism 
registered at Ramsey, 
CO. Essex) ; died at 
Ramsey, aged 19, 
7 June, bur. at Little 
Bentley, co. Essex, 
13 June 1851. M.I. 



James South (twin with Mahala), bapt. 
privately (by the Rev. Thomas Greene 
Hickman) 6 March 1834 (baptism regis- 
tered at Ramsey) ; died, aged one week, 
bur. at Ramsey 12 March 1834. 



Mahala (twin with James), bapt. privately 
(by the Rev. Thomas Greene Hickman) 
6 March 1834 (baptism registered at 
Ramsey) ; died, aged one week, bur. at 
Ramsey 12 March 1834. 



Frederick South, bapt. at 
Ramsey (by the Rev. John 
Adeney) 10 April 1837; died, 
aged 18 months, bur. at 
Ramsey 8 October 1839. 



James South, bapt. at Ramsey 
(by the Rev. John Adeney) 
28 June, and bur. at Ramsey 
4 July 1839. 



Maude, born at Ramsey 4 October, bapt. there 
5 November 1865. 

Marion Edith, born at Ramsey 18 December 
1867, bapt there 23 February 1870; marr. at 
St. Peter's, Ipswich, co. Suffolk (by the Rev. 
William Berry, the Vicar) on St. Valentine's Day, 
Thursday, 14 February 1895 (marriage settlements 
dated 13 February 1895, Trustees, John Arthur 
South and Harold Percy Mason), to George 
Godson Mason of Ipswich (eldest son of George 
Calver Mason of Broadwater, Ipswich, by Lfetitia 
Maria his wife, dau. of Charles Williams) ; bom 
at Ipswich 18 May, bapt. at St. Peter's, Ipswich, 
21 June 1869. =j= 

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Edward Percy South, born 
at Ramsey 24 January, bapt. 
there 23 February 1870; 
died at Tunbridge Wells, co. 
Kent, aged 32, on Friday, 
22 August, bur. in the 
churchyard at Stutton, co. 
Suffolk, on Wednesday, 27 
August 1902. Will dated 
17 August 1902, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 53, 1902) 23 
October 1902, by John 
Arthur South, the brother, 
the sole Exor. 



Cooper South, 
bom at Ramsey 
10 July, bapt. 
there 10 August 
1873- 




(S^otiliarl) of tJTfje Haton, ^toinlion. 

ro. WLilts. 




Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Gules, a chevron vair between three 
crescents argent. 

Crest. — A stag's head afifrontee, couped 
at the neck gules, attired or. 

Motto. — Cervus non servus. 



Ambrose Goddard of The Lawn,=j= Jessie Dorothea, eldest 



Swindon, co. Wilts (2nd son of 
Ambrose Goddard of The Lawn, 
Swindon, M.P. for co. Wilts, by 
Sarah his wife, only dau. and 
heiress of Thomas Williams of 
Pilrowth, CO. Carmarthen); born 

12 October, bapt. at Swindon 

13 November 1779; of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 24 
June 1798, aged 18, B.A. 1802 ; 
of the loth Hussars, Lieutenant 
22 November 1804, Captain 21 
August 1806, resigned 181 2; 
served in the Peninsular War ; 
J.P. and D.L. for co. Wilts, 
High Sheriff 1819-20, M.P. for 
the Hundreds of Cricklade 1837 
-41 ; died at The Crescent, Bath, 
CO. Somerset, aged 75, on Wed- 
nesday, 29 November, bur. at 
the parish church, Swindon, 5 
December 1854. M.L Adiiion 
was granted (P.C.C.) 30 June 
1855, to Ambrose Lethbridge 
Goddard, the son. 



dau. of Sir Thomas 
Buckler Lethbridge of 
Sandhill Park, co. 
Somerset, 2nd Bart., 
by Jessie Catherine his 
ist wife, 3rd dau. of 
Thomas Hesketh, and 
sister of Sir Thomas 
Dalrymple Hesketh of 
Rufford Hall, co. Lan- 
caster, 3rd Bart. ; marr. 
at Bishop's Lydiard, 
CO. Somerset (by the 
Rev. Lord William 
Somerset), i August 
1 8 1 8 ; died at Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, aged 43, 
on Monday, 6 March, 
bur. at the parish 
church, Swindon, 16 
March 1843. M.L 



Ambrose Lethbridge Goddard of The Lawn, Swindon ;= 
born in London on Thursday, 9 December 181 9; educated 
at Harrow and at St. John's College, Cainbridge; J.P. and 
D.L. for CO. Wilts, M.P. for the Hundreds of Cricklade 
1847-68, and 1S74-80, when he retired; Major Royal 
Wiltshire Yeomanry Cavalry ; Lord of the Manor of 
Swindon ; died at the Manor House, Bournemouth, co. 
Hants, aged 79, 15 November, bur. at the Old Church, 
Swindon, 19 November 1S98. Will dated 31 May 1898, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 1353, 98) 15 December 1898, by 
FitzRoy Pleydell Goddard and the Rev. Charles Frederick 
Goddard, the sons, the Exors. 



^Charlotte, elder dau. of Edward 
Ayshford Sanford of Nynehead 
Court, M.P. for co. Somerset, J.P. 
and D.L., F.R.S., by Henrietta 
his ist wife, only surviving dau. 
of Sir William Langham of 
Cottesbrooke, co. Northampton, 
8th Bart.; born 15 October, 
bapt. privately 17 October 1824 
(baptism registered at Nynehead) ; 
marr. at Nynehead on Saturday, 
14 August 1847. 



Lieut.-Colonel Ambrose Ayshford Goddard, born at Chester Square, 
London, on Sunday, 7 May 1848; educated at Eton; entered the 
Grenadier Guards as Ensign and Lieutenant 16 September 1868, Captain 
22 March 1871, Lieut.-Colonel 1879, and appointed Regimental Major 
1883 ; served in the Egyptian Campaign at Suakim (Egyptian medal and 
clasp, and Khedive's star); died on board H.M.S. "Tyne," on his 
homeward voyage from Suakim, aged 37 years, on Monday, 25 May 
1885, and bur. in the Valetta Military Cemetery, Malta. M.L Brass 
tablet on South wall of the parish church, Swindon. 



Jessie Henrietta, 
born at 58 Chester 
Square, London, 
on Wednesday, 24 
April, bajit. at 
the parish church, 
Swindon, 7 June 
1850. 



John Hesketh Goddard, 
horn 14 Scpteml)cr 1821, 
and bapt. at Bath, co. 
Somerset ; Major 14th 
Light Dragoons, with 
which regiment he served 
throughout the Punjab 
Campaign 1848-49, in- 
cluding the action at 
Ramnuggur (with the 
charging squadrons), pas- 
sage of the Chenab, and 
the battles of Chittian 
Wallah and Googerat 
(severely wounded, medal 
and clasps) ; died at 
Simla, Bengal, India, 
aged 32, 31 May 1854. 



Thomas Henry Goddard, 
born 17 October 1824; 
died, aged 4 months, 24 
February, bur. at the 
parish church, Swindon, 
3 March 1825. 



Jessie Dairy mple, born 22 October, bapt. at the parish church, 
Swindon, co. Wilts, 26 December 1825 ; marr. there (by the Rev. 
Edward Ayshford Sanford), on Thursday, 15 April 1847, Colonel 
Henry Hussey Vivian, Baron Swansea, of Singleton, co. Glamorgan 
(eldest son of John Henry Vivian of Singleton, M.P. for Swansea 
1832-55, J. P. and D.L., F. R.S., F.G.S., Major Royal Stannary 
Artillery [brother of Lieut. -General Sir Richard Hussey, ist Baron 
Vivian, G.C.B., &c.], by Sarah his wife, eldest dau. of Arthur 
Jones of The Priory, Reigate, co. Surrey, and of Caervallack, 
CO. Flint); born at Singleton 6 July 182 1 ; educated at Eton and 
at Trinity College, Cambridge ; Colonel 4th Glamorgan Rifle 
Volunteers; J. P. and D.L. for co. Glamorgan, M.P. for Truro 
1852-57, CO. Glamorgan 1857-85, and for Swansea 1885-93, 
Chairman of (Glamorganshire County Council ; F.G.S. ; Author of 
"Notes of a Tour in America," 1878 ; created a Baronet 13 May 
1882, and elevated to the Peerage 9 June 1893, as Baron Swansea 
of Singleton, co. Glamorgan, in the Peerage of the United 
Kingdom. She died, leaving issue a son, Ernest Ambrose, now 
2nd Baron Swansea, at Singleton, aged 22, on Monday, 28 February 
1848, and was bur. at Sketty, co. Glamorgan. He marr. 2ndly 
14 July 1853, Flora Caroline Elizabeth, only dau. of Sir Montague 
John Cholmeley of Easton Hall and Norton Place, co. Lincoln, 
2nd Bart., M.P. for North Lincolnshire, by Lady Georgiana his wife, 
5th dau. of William, 8th Duke of St. Alban's. She died at Park 
Wern, Swansea, aged 35, leaving issue, on Saturday, 25 January 
1868, and was bur. at Sketty. He marr. 3rdly at Bretton Park, 
Wakefield, co. York, the seat of Wentworth Blackett Beaumont, on 
Thursday, 10 November 1870, Averil, dau. of Captain Richard 
Beaumont, R.N., by Susan Hussey his wife, 3rd dau. of Major- 
General Godfrey, 3rd Baron Macdonald, by whom he had issue. 
He died suddenly at Singleton Swansea, aged 73, on Wednesday, 
28 November, and was bur. in Sketty Churchyard 3 December 
1894. Will dated 6 February 1894, proved (Prin. Reg., 336, 95) 
21 March 1895, by the Rt. Hon''''^ Averil, Baroness Swansea, the 
relict, the Rt. Hon''''^ Ernest Ambrose, Baron Swansea, the Hon'''^ 
John Aubrey Vivian, William Graham Vivian and Arthur Pendarves 
Vivian, five of the Exors. 



FitzRoy Pleydell Goddard of The Lawn, Swindon,= 
and of "The Comedy," Christian Malford, co. 
Wilts; born at The Lawn, Swindon, on Sunday, 29 
August, bapt. at the parish church, Swindon, 
17 October 1852; of Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 20 January i87i,aged iS; employed 
by the Indian Government in the Adaman and 
Nicobar Islands from February 1877 to March 
1879, H.B.M.'s Consul in the Cape Verde Islands 
10 April 1880, appointed Consul at Ajaccio, 
Corsica, 15 June 1885, but did not proceed; 
appointed a Queen's Foreign Service Messenger 
10 December 1885, retired i October 1895 ; J. P. 
for CO. Wilts ; Major Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry 
Cavalry (granted the temporary rank of Major in 
the Army while serving with the Imperial Repre- 
sentative Corps in .Australia November igoo), 
resigned his commission 13 March 1903; Lord 
of the Manor of Swindon and Wanborough. 



=Eugenia Kathleen, dau. of Thomas Richard 
Merry of Twyford Lodge, East Grinstead, 
CO. Sussex, by Eugenia Mary Wallace his 
wife ; born at Twyford Lodge 1 2 Octo- 
ber 1867, and bapt. at East Grinstead ; 
marr. at the parish church, Chippenham, 
CO. Wilts, I June 1895 ; marr. istly at 
St. Peter's, Colchester, co. Essex (by the 
Rev. Henry Caddell, the Vicar), 12 
June 1885, Alexander George Sutton 
of Christian Malford (3rd son of 
Sir Richard Sutton of Norwood Park, co. 
Nottingham, 4th Bart., by Harriet Anne 
his 2nd wife, eldest dau. of William Fitz- 
William Burton of Burton Hall, co. Carlow); 
born 19 August 1862; died, leaving issue, on 
the yacht "Creole" off Cowes, Isle of Wight, 
aged 30, 25 July, bur. in the cemetery at 
Ryde, Isle of Wight, 28 July 1893. 



Charles Richard Goddard, born 12 
April, bapt. at St. Peter's, Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, II May 1831 (baptism 
entered in the Register of the 
parish church, Swindon, co. Wilts, 
2 January 1832); Midshipman R.N. ; 
"September 30, 1849. At Hong 
Kong, aged 18, Charles Richard, 
third son of Ambrose Goddard, esq. 
of the Lawn, Swindon. As one 
of the pirates was boarded by the 
Columbine's boats, Mr. Goddard, a 
midshipman, observed one of the 
enemy's crew descending into the 
hold with a lighted match. Guessing 
his purpose, Mr. Goddard leapt 
down after him, and lost his own 
life in attempting to arrest him. 
The fatal match had already been 
applied, and before another instant, 
the explosion had destroyed the 
vessel, Mr. Goddard, and eight or 
ten English seamen." {Geiif.'s 
Mag., Vol. sj, 1850, page 341.) 



Emma Caroline, born 19 July, bapt. at the Chapel of Ease, 
old church, Brighton, 14 August 1832 (baptism entered in 
the Register of the parish church, Swindon, 31 December 
1832); marr. at the parish church, Swindon, on Thursday, 
16 April 1857, the Rev. Greville Phillimore (5th son of Joseph 
Phillimore of Shiplake House, co. Oxford, M.P. for St. Mawes 
and Yarmouth, D.C.L., J. P., Chancellor of the dioceses of 
Oxford, Gloucester and Bristol, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of 
the Rev. Walter Bagot, Rector of Blithfield and Leigh, co. 
Stafford); born in London 5 February 1821 ; educated at 
Westminster 183 1, at Charterhouse 1832-38, and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 30 May 1838, aged 17, Student 
1838-52, B.A. 1841, M.A. 1845; Vicar of Down Ampney, 
CO. Gloucester, 1851-67, Henley-on-Thames, co. Oxford, 
1867-83, and of Ewelme, co. Oxford, July 1883 until his 
death; died at the Rectory, Ewelme, aged 62, on Monday, 
21 January, bur. in the churchyard at Shiplake 25 January 
1884. Will dated 9 January 1866, proved (Prin. Reg., 244, 
84) 8 March 1884, by Emma Caroline Phillimore of Ewelme 
Rectory, Wallingford, co. Oxford, the relict, and Walter 
George Frank Phillimore of 4 Paper Buildings, Temple, co. 
Middlesex, D.C.L., the nephew, two of the Exors. 

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Edward Hesketh Goddard of 37 Elvaston= 
Place, South Kensington, London ; born 
at The Lawn, Swindon, on Friday, 19 
October 1855, bapt. privately the same 
day (baptism registered at the parish 
church, Swindon); entered the Royal 
Glamorgan Militia 17 February 1875, and 
the Army as 2nd Lieutenant 31 January 
1877, Lieutenant Royal Dublin Fusiliers 
I April 1880, Acting Adjutant 102nd 
Regimental District 1883-86, Adjutant 
ist Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers 
20 January 1886 to 13 April 1887, 
Captain the Cheshire Regiment 1 7 August 
1887, and of the 2nd Battalion The 
Dorsetshire Regiment 5 October 1887; 
Adjutant 2nd Volunteer Battalion Essex 
Regiment i June 1891, retired 26 October 
1895; Captain Royal Southern Re.serve 
Regiment i June 1900 resigned 
15 February 1901. 



.Dulcie Gwendoline, 3rd dau. 
of William Jones Loyd of 
Langleybury, co. Hertford, 
M.A., J.P., High Sheriff 1861, 
by Caroline Gertrude his wife, 
2nd dau. of John Henry Vivian 
of Singleton, co. Glamorgan, 
M.P. ; born at 77 Eaton Square, 
London, on Wednesday, 6 
October, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square, 6 November 
1858 ; marr. at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, London (by the 
Rev. Edward Thomas Vaughan, 
Vicar of Langleybury, assisted 
by the Rev. Edgar Sheppard, 
D.D., Sub-Dean of the Chapels 
Royal, and the Rev. Charles 
Frederick Goddard, brother of 
the bridegroom), on Monday, 
13 April 1 89 1. 



Rev. Charles Frederick 
Goddard, born at The 
Lawn, Swindon, on 
Wednesday, 25 No- 
vember 1863, bapt. at 
Swindon i January 1864; 
educated at Wellington 
College and at Chan- 
cellor's School, Lincoln, 
1887 ; Curate-in-Charge 
of Swindon, co. Wilts, 
1892-95, Vicar of Clear- 
well, CO. Gloucester, 
since 1895. 



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Ambrose William Goddard, born at 131 
Sloane Street, London, 19 March, bapt. 
at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, 
13 April 1892. 



Hesketh Pleydell Goddard, born at 50 Montagu 
Square, London, on Saturday, 25 August 1894, 
and bapt. there privately; died 6 September, 
bur. at Swindon 10 September 1894. 

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Lucy Clarissa, born 13 October 1833 ; marr. at Swindon, co. Wilts, on Thursday, 18 December 
1856, Lieut. -Colonel Henry William Verschoyle of Kilberry, co. Kildare (youngest son of 
Robert Verschoyle of Kilberry, by Catherine his wife, dau. and heiress of Thomas 
A. Curtis of Mountown, co. Dublin) ; of the Grenadier Guards ; served throughout the 
Crimean War, wounded (medal), carried the Guard's Colours at the Battle of Inkerman ; 
died at Cowes, Isle of Wight, aged 36, on Saturday, 20 August, bur. in Kensal Green 
Cemetery, London, 25 August 1870. M.L in Royal Military Chapel, Wellington Barracks, 
London. Will proved in the Principal Registry, Dublin, 5 October 1870, by John James 
Verschoyle of Tassaggard, co. Dublin, and William Arniitage Moore of Aramore, co. Cavan, 
two of the Exors. She died at 6 Wilton Crescent, London, aged 67, on Palm Sunday, 
31 March, bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, London, 4 April 1901. Will dated 17 December 
1900, proved (Prin. Reg., 7, 1901) 2 May 1901, by Theresa Blanche Verschoyle, spinster, the 
daughter, and Henry Fuller Acland Hood, the Exors. 

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Colonel Frederick Fitz-Clarence= 
Goddard of i Maida Vale Man- 
sions, Maida Vale, London ; 
born 4 April 1836; entered the 
Army as Ensign in the 80th 
Regiment September 1854, re- 
tired 8 March 1867 ; appointed 
9 March 1867 to Barrack 
Department, Colonel Army 
Service Corps and A.A.G. North- 
Eastern District 1 1 December 
1888 until 15 September 1895, 
when placed on retired list ; 
served in Indian Mutiny (medal) 
and in Egyptian Expedition 
1885. 




=Hannah Lucy, 3rd dau. of 
James Chisholm Gooden- 
Chisholm, The Chisholm, 
of 33 Tavistock Square, 
London, by Anne Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of John 
Lambert of Banstead, co. 
Surrey; born 9 July 1855, 
and bapt. at St. Pancras, 
London ; marr. at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, 
London (by the Rev. 
Henry Luke Paget), on 
Wednesday, 22 March 
1899 ; marr. istly at St. 
Pancras, London, on Tues- 
day, 24 November 1891, 
Shirley Baker of Surbiton, 
CO. Surrey (only son of John 
Strange Baker of Surbiton), 
who died at Southwold, co. 
Suffolk, aged 35, on Mon- 
day, 21 August, and was 
bur. in Norbiton Cemetery, 
CO. Surrey, 24 August 1893. 



Julia Margaret, born 14 April 
1 840, bapt. at the parish church, 
Swindon, 8 August 1843; died 
at Montagu Square, London, 
aged 12 years and 8 months, 
on Monday, 20 December, bur. 
in Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London, 28 December 1852. 

Sara Adelaide, born 26 January, 
bapt. at the parish church, 
Swindon, 8 August 1843; tnarr. 
at Henley-on-Thames, co. Ox- 
ford, 26 June 1872, John Mair 
(son of John Mair of Phyllis 
Court, Henley-on-Thames) ; 
born 1 2 December 1847 ; died at 
Buckland House, Lymington, 
CO. Hants, on Tuesday, 28 
January, bur. at Lymington 31 
January 1902. Will dated 
13 December 1901, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 33, 1902) 12 March 
1902, by Alfred Henry Amould 
and Arthur Robert Verschoyle, 
the Exors. =j= 
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Harrison. 



Anns. — Or, on a chief sable three eagles displayed argent. 
Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet a talbot's head or, guttee de poix. 



Thomas Harrison of Esher, co. Surrey (son of Robert Harrison of Esher, 
and elder brother to Robert Harrison of Hoxton, co. Middlesex, and of 
Firby, co. York [which estate he had purchased from Humphrey Brooke 
Osbaldeston, who had purchased it about 1767 from the representative of 
the last of the Stamper family], and of Chalk Farm, Farnborough, co. Kent); 
marr. Rachel, dau. of Thomas Simpson, by Rachel his wife ; died at Firby 
Hall, aged 84, and bur. at Westow, co. York, 24 March 1820. He died 
at Esher, and was bur. there 14 August 1783. Will dated 3 March 1783, 
proved (P.C.C., 418 Cornwallts) 27 August 1783, by Rachel Harrison, the 
relict, the sole Executrix. =t= 



Rev. Thomas Harrison of Firby Hall ; born= 
at Esher 12 November, bapt. there 11 
December 1768; educated at Eton and at 
Trinity College, Cambridge ; inherited Firby 
Hall in 1802 from his unrle, Robert Harrison 
of Hoxton, and of Chalk Farm, Farnborough ; 
died at Firby 4 November, bur. in the family 
vault at Westow 9 November 1838. M.I. 
Will dated 7 June 1831. 



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=Anna, youngest dau. of Elias Inchbald of 
Malton and Thorpe Bassett, both co. York, by 
Mary his wife, dau. of Joseph Rider of Malton, 
and grand-daughter of William Inchbald of 
Selby, CO. York; born at Malton 14 December 
1795; marr. at South Shields, co. Durham, 
4 September 1822; died at Scarborough, co. 
York, in her 90th year, on Thursday morning, 
30 April, bur. in the family vault at Westow 
4 May 1885. M.I. 




Robert Harrison, 
only son, born at 
Firby 4 March, 
bapt. at Westow 
4 April 1824 ; 
died at school at 
Green Hammer- 
ton, CO. York, 3 
October, bur. in 
the family vault at 
Westow 8 October 
1833. M.I. 



Sophia Mary, born at Firby 30 May, bapt. at Westow 22 July 1825 ; 
marr. there i September 1848, Edward Clough-Taylor of Kirkham Abbey, 
CO. York (eldest son of Edward Clough-Taylor of Kirkham Abbey, by 
Emma Georgiana Bentley his wife, dau. of William Badcock) ; born at 
Easthorpe, co. York, 25 September, bapt. at Amotherby, co. York, 30 
September 1822 ; of Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1845, M.A. 1848, 
J. P. and D.L. for co. York; sold Kirkham in March 1878; died at 
Coneysthorpe, co. York, 13 December, bur. at Westow 17 December 
1892. Adiiion was granted at York 16 January 1893, to Sophia Mary 
Clough-Taylor, the relict. She inherited the Firby Hall Estate on the 
death of her father 4 November 1838, and died at Edwinstowe House, 
CO. Nottingham, whilst on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Byron, at 2.30 p.m. 
on Monday, 7 July, and was bur. by the side of her husband in the 
churchyard at Westow, on Thursday, 10 July 1902. Adfrion (with will 

dated 3 July 1902) was granted at York 22 September 1902, to Harriet Anna Georgina 

Clough-Taylor, spinster, the universal legatee. =j= 

{See Pedigree of Clough-Taylor, Vol. 6, pag,e 44.) 




I 

Rev. Robert Harrison, born at Esher, co. Surrey, = 
2 May 1772; educated at Eton and at Trinity 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1794; Vicar of 
Blanchland, co. Northumberland, and of 
Lastingham, co. York, for 25 years ; died s.p. 
at Lastingham, aged 77, on Thursday, 28 
November, bur. there 3 December 1850. M.I. 



=Mary Lowson of Witton-le-Wear, co. Durham, 
sister of Newby Lowson, the artist (who 
travelled with Turner, and who painted a 
water-colour portrait of his brother-in-law, the 
Rev. Robert Harrison) ; died at Lastingham, 
aged 64, 13 April, bur. there 17 April 1835. 
M.L 



Harriet, born at Firby, co. York, 18 July, bapt. at 
Westow, CO. York, 22 August 1826 ; marr. istly at 
Westow 15 June 1847, George Tomline Gordon of 
Cuckney, co. Nottingham (eldest son of the Rev. John 
Gordon, Vicar of Edwinstowe, co. Nottingham, and 
grandson of The Very Rev. George Gordon, Dean of 
Lincoln); died at New Orleans, U.S.A., on Wednesday, 
26 February 1868, and bur. there. M.L in the church 
at Westow. She marr. andly at Ealing, co. Middlesex 
(by the Rev. G. Glossop), on Wednesday, 26 October 
1870, Captain (afterwards Rear-Admiral) Henry 
Anthony Trollope, R.N. (eldest son of Captain 
William Henry Trollope of Landford House, co. 
Wilts, of the Hon''''= East India Co.'s Service, by 
Mary Arthur his wife, dau. of John Arthur Worsop of 
Landford House); born 30 September 1837 ; served 
in Black Sea during the Crimea War (5th-class 
Medjidie), retired 1887 ; killed on the railway at 
Ganton Station, co. York, after playing golf there, 
6 March, bur. in Scarborough Cemetery, co. York, 
9 March 1895. Will dated J April 1873, with codicil 
dated 6 February 189 1, proved (Prin. Reg., 665, 95) 
4 May 1895, ^y Harriet Trollope, the relict, the 
Executrix. =j= 

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Frances Matilda, born at Firby 26 
November 1827, bapt. at Westow 3 
January 1828; marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London (by the Rev. 
George de Hochepied Larpent), on 
Wednesday, 18 October 1865, the Rev. 
John Acland James (eldest son of the 
Rt. Rev. John Thomas James, D.D., 
Bishop of Calcutta, and grandson of 
the Rev. Thomas James, D.D., Head- 
master of Rugby School) ; born at 
Spencer House, East Sheen, co. 
Surrey, 24 September 1825 ; educated 
at Eton and Fellow of King's College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1850, M.A. 1853; 
Perpetual Curate of Wattisham, co. 
Suffolk, 1858-62, Vicar of Dalby Parva, 
CO. Leicester, 1882-86, died s.p. at 18 
Wilton Place, London, aged 71, on 
Monday, 9 November, bur. at Dalby, 
CO. Leicester, 13 November 1896. M.I. 
Adirion was granted at the Principal 
Registry 5 December 1896, to Frances 
Matilda Acland James, the relict. 



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^IjeDlien of spring HiU, Jsle of WLisht. 
mt} of haulers H^mp ^arfe, to. ^ortjjampton. 




George Shedden of Paulers Pury Park,= 
CO. Nortlianipton, Knockmarloch, co. 
Ayr, and of Hardmead, co. Buckingham 
(eldest son of Robert Shedden of London, 




Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Azure, on a chevron between three griffins' 
heads erased argent, as many cross-crosslets 
fitchee gules, on a chief of the second an 
escallop of the first between two cinquefoils 
of the third. 

Crest. — A hermit proper, couped below 
the shoulders, vested russet, his hood 
pendent at the back. 

Motto. — Fidem meam observabo. 



(From a letter dated 31 August 1823.) 

Merchant, by Agatha Wells his wife, dau. 
of John Goodrich of Nansemond Planta- 
tion, Virginia, North America) ; born in 
Virginia 29 June 1769; died at his 
residence. Spring Hill, East Cowes, Isle of 
Wight, in his 86th year, on Wednesday, 
21 March, bur. at Whippingham, Isle of 
Wight, 27 March 1855. Will dated 12 
August 1842, with five codicils dated 
respectively 26 February 1845, 5 September 
1846, 5 August 1848, 26 June 1852, and 
3 March 1854, proved (P.C.C, 359, 55) 
18 April 1855, by William George Shedden, 
the son, one of the Exors. Power reserved 
to Robert Hawthorn, the other Exor. 




=Mary(hiscousin), 
elder dau. and 
coheir of Wil- 
liam Goodrich of 
Spring Hill, East 
Cowes, by Catha- 
rine his wife, dau. 
of James Cole ; 
born in Virginia, 
North America, 
2 February 1776; 
marr. at Whip- 
pingham (by the 
Rev. J. F. F. 
Gill) on Sun- 
day, 4 September 
1796 ; died at 
Spring Hill, East 
Cowes, aged 51, 
on Sunday, 2 De- 
cember, bur. at 
Whippingham 1 1 
December 1827. 



Robert Goodrich Shedden, born on Friday, 22 September 1797; 
died 16 March 1798. 



Catharine Goodrich, born at Spring Hill, East Cowes, 1 4 October, 
bapt. at Whippingham i8 November 1798; died unmarried at 
Spring Hill, East Cowes, aged 57, on Tuesday, 12 June, bur. at 
Whippingham 16 June 1855. Will dated 10 May 1855, proved 
(P.C.C, 643, 5s) 7 July 1855, by Thomas Francis Wilding, one 
of the Exors. Power reserved to Robert Hawthorn and John 
Brown, the other Exors. 



John Goodrich Shedden, born 
in London, "out of hearing 
of Bow Bells," on Friday, 21 
March 1800; died on Sunday, 
21 September 1800. 



George Shedden, bom in Lon- 
don 23 February 1801 ; died 
at Energlyn, co. Glamorgan, 
on Thursday, 20 August, bur. 
at Caerphilly, co. Glamorgan, 
26 August 1 80 1. 



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Agatha Wells Bridger, born 
in London 9 June 1802 ; marr. 
at Whippingham, Isle of 
Wight (by the Rev. Walter 
Farquhar Hook, Curate-in- 
Charge [afterwards Dean 
Hook]), 2 November 1824, 
Robert Hawthorn of London 
(son of John Hawthorn, and 
grandson of John Hawthorn 
of Oulton, CO. Wigton) ; born 
18 March 1791 ; died at 
Gower Street, London, in his 
78th year, on Thursday, 
4 March, bur. in Kensal Green 
Cemetery, London, 1 1 March 
1869. Will dated i February 
1865, proved (Prin. Reg., 258, 
69) 2 April 1869, by William 
Hawthorn of 5 Lime Street 
Square, in the City of London, 
the son, one of the surviving 
Exors. She died at 68 (late 34) 
Gower Street, London, aged 
62, on Sunday, 8 January, 
and was bur. in Kensal Green 
Cemetery, London, 14 January 
1865. =p 

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William George Shedden of= 
Paulers Pury Park, co. North- 
ampton, Hardmead, co. 
Buckingham, Knockmarloch, 
CO. Ayr, and of Spring Hill, 
East Cowes, Isle of Wight ; 
born at 6 Bedford Square, 
London, 22 July 1803; J. P. 
for CO. Hants ; Lord of the 
Manors of Paulers Pury and 
Hardmead ; died s.p. at his 
residence. Spring Hill, East 
Cowes, aged 69, on Tuesday, 
3 December, bur. at Whip- 
pingham II December 1872. 
Will dated 6 November 1872, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 59, 73) 
7 January 1873, by William 
Hawthorn of 5 Lime Street 
Square, in the City of London, 
the nephew, one of the Exors. 



=Caroline, youngest dau. of 
Admiral Sir Graham Eden 
Hamond of Norton Lodge, 
Freshwater, Isle of Wight, 2nd 
Bart., G.C.B., D.L., by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of John Kimber 
of Fowey, co. Cornwall ; marr. at 
Freshwater 11 September 1861; 
died at West Malvern, co. Wor- 
cester, aged 64, on Thursday, 20 
October, bur. at Whippingham 
26 October 1881. Will dated 
3 April 1873, with three codicils 
dated respectively 22 July 1873, 
18 February 1875, and 21 June 
1880, proved at Winchester 19 
December 1881, by William 
George Galloway of Cridland 
Farm, Spaxton, co. Somerset, 
the nephew, one of the Exors. 





Charlotte Louisa Jessie, born at Fairlee Cottage, Isle of Wight, on Thursday, 1 9 April, bapt. at 
Whippingham 31 May 1855; marr. at St. James', East Cowes (by the Rev. George Prothero, 
Rector of Whippingham, Canon of Westminster, and Chaplain in Ordinary to H.M. Queen 
Victoria, assisted by the Rev. Robert William Burnaby, the Vicar, and the Rev. Arthur 
Winthrop Woodruff), on Thursday, 5 April 1883, John Winthrop Woodruff of East Cowes 
(3rd son of the Rev. John Woodruff, Vicar of Upchurch, co. Kent, by Frances his wife, dau. 
of the Rev. Edward Winthrop); born at the Vicarage, Upchurch, on Thursday, 5 September, 
bapt. at Upchurch 10 October 1850; M.R.C.S. Eng. 1881, L.R.C.P. and L.M. Edin. 1881 
(retired). =j= 

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Roscow George Shedden, born 
at Spring Hill, East Cowes, 
on Saturday, 13 May, bapt. at 
Whippingham 24 June 1882; 
of fs^ew College Oxford, 
matriculated 11 October 1901. 



Alice Katharine Beatrix, 
born at Spring Hill, East 
Cowes, on Monday, i Octo- 
ber, bapt. at \\'hippingham 
7 November 1883. 

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Edward Claude Shedden, bom at 
Spring Hill, East Cowes, on 
Monday, 12 January, bapt. at 
Whippingham 19 February 1885; 
entered Royal Military College, 
Sandhurst, January 1903. 



Margaret Bridger Goodrich, born in 
London i8 August 1804 ; marr. at St. 
George's, Bloomsbury, London, on 
Monday, 2 July 1827, the Rev. James 
Galloway (only son of James Galloway 
of Jamaica, West Indies, by Elizabeth 
his wife) ; born at Falmouth, Tre- 
lawney, Jamaica, 4 October 1801 ; of 
Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 
12 March 1818, aged 16, B.A. 1821, 
M.A. 1824; Rector of Spaxton, co. 
Somerset, 1846 until his death; died 
at the Rectory, Spaxton, aged 73, on 
Friday, 9 October, bur. at Spaxton 15 
October 1874. Will dated 17 April 
1872, with codicil dated 5 October 
1874, proved at Taunton 16 November 
1874, by William George Galloway of 
Spa.xton, CO. Somerset, the son, one of 
the Exors. She died at the Rectory, 
Spaxton, in her 43rd year, on Tuesday, 
8 June, and was bur. at Spa.xton 
17 June 1847. _ 
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Robert John Shedden, 
born in London 19 
February 1806; died 
at West Cowes, Isle 
of Wight, aged 59, on 
Wednesday, 5 July, 
bur. at Whippingham, 
Isle of Wight, 8 July 
1865. Will dated 24 
April 1 86 1, proved at 
Winchester 5 October 
1865, by Thomas 
Edmund Wood of 
Northwood, Isle of 
Wight, and Henry 
James Damant of 
West Cowes, Isle of 
Wight, the Exors. 



Mary George, born in London 
26 November 1807 ; died 
unmarried, aged 19, 20 De- 
cember, bur. at Paulers Pury, 
CO. Northampton, 28 December 
1826. _ 

Beatrix, born in London 6 March 
1809; died unmarried at Spring 
Hill, East Cowes, aged 47, on 
Tuesday, 20 May, bur. at 
Whippingham 26 May 1856. 
Will dated 30 July 1855, proved 
(P.C.C, 506, 56) 17 June 1856, 
by William George Shedden, 
the brother, one of the Exors. 
Power reserved to Roscow Cole 
Shedden and the Rev. Edward 
Cole Shedden, the brothers, 
the other Exors. 



^;^:^l,^^..,t--^-t_^ <_x^ 



George Shedden of Spring Hill, East Cowes,= 
Isle of Wight, Paulers Pury Park, co. North- 
ampton, and of Hardmead, co. Buckingham ; 
born at Fairlee Cottage, Isle of Wight, on 
Monday, 27 October, bapt. at Whippingham 
27 December 1856; of Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, matriculated in 1876, B.A. 1881 ; 
a Student of the Inner Temple 9 November 
1878, called to the Bar 17 November 1883; 
J. P. for CO. Hants, Lord of the Manors of 
Paulers Pury and Hardmead. 



=Alice Sarah, 3rd dau. of Caleb Hammond 
Gater of Town Hill Park, co. Hants, by 
Sarah his wife, dau. of James Warner of 
Botley, CO. Hants; born 31 December 1855, 
and bapt. at South Stonham, co. Hants ; 
marr. at St. Peter's, Southampton (by the 
Rev. William Dann Harrison, assisted by the 
Rev. Frederick Hermann Bowden-Smith), on 
Thursday, 7 October 1880. 



Graham Percival Shedden, born at Constance Evelyn, born at Mary Eleanor Goodrich, 

Spring Hill, East Cowes, on Somerville, Ryde, Isle of born at Somerville, Ryde, 

Tuesday, 27 July, bapt. at Whip- Wight, on Wednesday, 28 on Friday, 20 March, 

pingham 20 August 1886; entered August, bapt. at Whippingham bapt. at St. John's, Ryde, 

Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, 2 October 1889. 10 May 1891. 
January 1903. 



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Louisa, born in London 28 April 1810; 
died unmarried at Powys House, East 
Cowes, Isle of Wight, aged 58, on 
Sunday, 20 September, bur. at Whipping- 
ham, Isle of Wight, 24 September 1868. 
Will dated 21 February 1868, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 738, 68) 23 November 1868, 
by William Hawthorn of 5 Lime Street 
Square, in the City of London, the 
nephew, one of the Exors. 



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Roscow Cole Shedden of= 
Millfield House, East 
Cowes, Isle of Wight, 
Paulers Pury Park, co. 
Northampton, and of 
Knockmarloch, co. Ayr ; 
bom in the Isle of Wight 
10 October, bapt. at 
Whippingham 16 Decem- 
ber 181 1 ; J. P. for CO. 
Hants ; died at his resi- 
dence, Millfield House, 
East Cowes, aged 65, 
on Saturday, 5 May, bur. 
at Whippingham 9 May 
1877. Will dated 21 Au- 
gust 1874, with codicil 
dated 13 December 1875, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 422, 
77) 31 May 1877, by 
Charlotte Joanna Shedden 
of Millfield Hou.se, Whip- 
pingham, Isle of Wight, 
the relict, Thomas Francis 
Wilding of 5 Lime Street 
Square, in the City of Lon- 
don, and James Fitchett 
Burrell of Frimley Manor, 
CO. Surrey, three of the 
Exors. 



=Charlotte Joanna, eldest 
dau. of James Fitchett 
Burrell of Belvoir House, 
Fareham, co. Hants, and 
of Frimley Manor, co. 
Surrey; born at Fareham 
2 December, bapt. there 
privately 4 December 
1819 ; marr. at the 
parish church, Fareham 
(by the Rev. Edward 
Cole Shedden, brother of 
the bridegroom, assisted 
by the Rev. Walter Scot 
Dumergue, the Vicar), 
on Thursday, 9 March 
1854; died at Millfield 
House, East Cowes, 
aged 74, on Sunday, 31 
December 1893, bur. at 
Whippingham 4 January 
1894. Will dated 9 No- 
vember 1892, withcodicil 
dated 22 February 1893, 
proved at Winchester 
21 February 1894, by 
George Shedden and 
Graham Eden Shedden, 
the sons, the Exors. 



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Roscow James Shedden, born at Fairlee Cottage, Isle of Wight, on Friday, 2 1 May, bapt. at 
Whippingham 21 July 1858; died at Millfield House, East Cowes, aged 8, on Wednesday, 
27 June, bur. at Whippingham 30 June 1866. 



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Lavinia, born in London 23 January 181 3; died unmarried at 10 Princes Buildings, Clifton, 
CO. Gloucester, on Thursday, 16 November, bur. at Redland Church, Bristol, 21 November 
1882. Will dated 18 June 1881, proved at Bristol 9 December 1882, by William George 
Galloway of Spaxton, co. Somerset, the nephew, one of the Exors. 




Graham Eden Shedden of= 
Knockmarloch, co. Ayr, Mill- 
field House, East Cowes, Isle 
of Wight, and of Elvington 
Court, Eythorne, co. Kent ; 
born at Millfield House, East 
Cowes, on Sunday, 6 Novem- 
ber, bapt. at St. James', East 
Cowes, 5 December 1859 ; 
formerly Captain Hants 
Yeomanry Cavalry. 




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=Margaret, dau. of George Henry Gater of 
Winslowe, Southampton, by Sarah his wife, 
dau. of John Robert Cozens of Wallingford, 
CO. Oxford, J. P. ; born 4 February 1863, 
and bapt. at Westend, co. Hants ; marr. at 
St. Peter's, Fareham, co. Hants (by the 
Rev. Canon George Prothero, assisted by 
the Rev. Thirlwall Gore Browne, the Vicar), 
on Wednesday, 30 IMarch 1892. 




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Mary Constance, 
born at Millfield 
House, East 

Cowes, on Tues- 
day, 29 October, 
bapt. at St. 
James', East 

Cowes, 26 No- 
vember 1 86 1. 



Harold Roscow Graham Shedden, 
born at Elvington Court, Eythorne, 
on Sunday, 3 September, bapt. at 
Eythorne 10 October 1899. 



George Eden Graham Shedden, 
born at Elvington Court, Eythorne, 
on Sunday, 13 January, bapt. at 
Eythorne 26 February 1901. 



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Rev. Edward Cole Shedden, born in London 9 August 1815 ; of University= 
College Oxford, matriculated 5 June 1833, aged 17, B.A. from St. Mary 
Hall, Oxford, 1837, M.A. 1840; Rector of Clapton, co. Northampton, 1845 
until his death ; died at the Rectory, Clapton, aged 61, on Sunday, 
17 September, bur. at Clapton 20 September 1876. Will dated 2 October 
1875, proved at Peterborough i November 1876, by William Hawthorn, 
the nephew, and Thomas Francis Wilding, both of 5 Lime Street Square, 
in the City of London, and the Rev. Joseph Hall of Edensor, co. Derby, 
the Exors. 




=Mary, 2nd dau. of 
Joseph Hall of 
Castleton, co. 

Derby, by Hannah 
Lax his wife, 
dau. of the Rev. 
Thomas Brown, 
Vicar of Tides- 
well, CO. Derby ; 
marr. at Castleton 
6 July 1842. 



Octavia, born in London 18 April 181 7 ; died at Powys House, East Cowes, Isle of Wight, aged 
82, 15 March, bur. at Whippingham, Isle of Wight, 19 March 1900. Will dated 6 July 1885, 
with two codicils dated respectively 23 July 1895 ^.nd 24 October 1899, proved at Winchester 
22 May 1900, by the Rev. Joseph Hall, Rowland Edmund Prothero, and William George 
Galloway, the Exors. 



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PORTMAN. 

^r«^.— Quarterly: ist and 4th, Or, a fleur-de-lis azure, Portman; 

2nd and 3rd, Gules, a chevron ermine between ten crosses 

patt^e, six in chief and four in base, argent, Berkeley. 
Crests.— 1, A talbot sejant or, Portman ; 2, An unicorn passant 

gules, armed, crined and unguled or, Berkeley. 
Supporters.— Dexter : A savage, wreathed around the head and 

loins with ivy, in his dexter hand a club resting on the 

shoulder proper ; Sinister : A talbot or. 

Motto. — A clean heart and a cheerful spirit. 



^ortmam 



Lucy, 2nd dau. of the= 
Rev. Thomas Whitby 
of Cresswell Hall, 
CO. Stafford, and of 
Portland Place, Lon- 
don, High Sheriff for 
CO. Stafford, temp. 
George HL, by 
Mabella his wife, dau. 
of John Turton of 
Orgreave, co. Stafford ; 
marr. at Walcot, Bath, 
CO. Somerset, 28 
August 1798 ; died 
at Bryanston, co. 
Dorset, 20 March, 
bur. there 31 March 
1 81 2. I St wife. 



=Edward Berkeley Portman of= 
Bryanston, co. Dorset, and of 
Orchard Portman, co. Somerset 
(2nd son and eventual heir of Henry 
■iVilliam Portman of the same, by 
Anne his wife, dau. of William 
Wyndham of Dmton, co. Wilts) ; 
born at Bryanston 31 January, bapt. 
there 24 February 1771 ; M.P. for 
Boroughbridge 1802-6, and for 
CO. Dorset 1806-23 ; died at 
Rome, Italy, aged 52, 19 January, 
bur. in the church at Bryanston 
16 April 1823. Will dated 28 July 

182 1, with codicil dated 9 July 

1822, proved (P.C.C., 236 Richards) 
22 April 1823, by Edward Berkeley 
Portman, the son, the sole Exor. 



=Mary, eldest dau. of Sir Edward Hulse 
of Breamore House, co. Hants, 3rd 
Bart., by Mary Lethieullieur his wife, 
and heir of her uncle. Smart 
Lethieullieur of Aldersbrook,co. Essex; 
marr. 16 March 1816 ; died s.]). at the 
Rectory, Buckland, co. Surrey, in her 
79th year, on Sunday, 31 October, 
bur. at Bryanston 9 November 1852. 
Will dated 2 August 1837, with codicil 
dated 29 March 185 1, proved (P.C.C., 
947) 52) 9 December 1852, by the 
Rev. Thomas Hulse, the brother, one 
of the Exors. Power reserved to the 
Rt. Hon'''^ Edward, Baron Portman, 
the other Exor. 2nd wife. 



Edward Berkeley Portman, Viscount Portman of Bryanston, co. Dorset,= 
and Baron Portman of Orchard Portman, co. Somerset ; born at 
Bryanston 9 July, bapt. privately 11 July 1799 (baptism registered at 
Bryanston); educated at Eton 1814, and at Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 20 October 181 7, aged 18, B.A. 29 October 1821, M.A. 
I June 1826; M.P. for co. Dorset 1823, 1826, 1830 and 1831-32, 
and for Marylebone, London, 12 December 1832 to March 1833; 
created Baron Portman of Orchard Portman, co. Somerset, 21 January 
1837, and Viscount Portman of Bryanston, co. Dorset, 28 March 
1873; Major ist Somersetshire Regiment of Militia 13 March 1839; 
Lord-Lieutenant for co. Somerset 22 May 1839 to June 1864; a 
Commissioner and Councillor of the Duchy of Cornwall 19 August 
1840, a Councillor of the Duchy of Lancaster 13 February 1847 \ Vice- 
Lieutenant for CO. Dorset ; President of the Royal Agricultural Society 
in 1846, 1856 and 1862 ; appointed one of the Council to H.R.H. the 
Prince of Wales (now King Edward VU.) in 1863 ; Lord Warden of the 
Stannaries, Rider and Master Forester of Dartmoor, and High Steward 
of the Duchy of Cornwall 20 January 1865 till his death ; died at 
Bryanston, in his 90th year, on Monday, 19 November, bur. there 24 
November 1888. Will dated 5 November 1869, with codicil dated 
13 January 1881, proved (Prin. Reg., 153, 89) 20 February i88g, by the 
Rt. Hon'^''^ William Henry Berkeley, Viscount Portman of Durweston, 
CO. Dorset, the son, the sole Exor. 



=Lady Emma, 3rd dau. of 
Henry, 2nd Earl of Hare- 
wood, by Henrietta his 
wife, dau. of Sir John 
Saunders Sebright, Bart.; 
born at Harwood House, 
CO. York, 16 March 1809; 
marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London 
(by the Dean of Carlisle), 
on Saturday, 16 June 
1827; Lady of the Bed- 
chamber to H.M. Queen 
Victoria 1837-51, and an 
Extra Lady of the Bed- 
chamber 15 July 1851 ; 
died at Bryanston House, 
aged 56, on Wednesday, 
8 February, bur. at 
Bryanston 16 February 
1865. 



William Henry Berkeley Portman, Viscount= 
Portman of Bryanston, co. Dorset, and 
Baron Portman of Orchard Portman, co. 
Somerset ; born 1 2 July, bapt. privately 
14 July (baptism registered at St. James', 
Westminster), and received into the church 
at Bryanston 25 August 1829; educated at 
Eton and at Merton College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 15 Oxford 1847, aged 18; D.L. for co. 
Somerset, J.P. for the counties of Somerset 
and Dorset; M.P. for Shaftesbury 1852-57, 
and for co. Dorset 1857-85; succeeded his 
father as 2nd Viscount Portman 19 November 
1888 ; Hon. Colonel West Somersetshire 
Yeomanry Cavalry since 1896; Chairman 
and Alderman of Dorset County Council. 



=Hon'''' Mary Selina Charlotte, posthumous and only 
child of William Charles, Viscount Milton, eldest 
son and heir of Charles William, 5th Earl Fitzwilliam, 
K.G.; born at Fife House, Whitehall, London, 
9 January 1836, bapt. privately the same day 
(baptism registered at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
London) ; marr. at the Chapel Royal, Whitehall, 
London (by the Rev. James Samuel Upton), on 
Thursday, 21 June 1855; died suddenly at Bryanston, 
aged 62, on Wednesday morning, 4 January, bur. in 
the South-East corner of the churchyard at Dur- 
weston, CO. Dorset, next to the grave of her daughter 
Constance, on Saturday, 7 January 1899. Will dated 
29 July 1895, proved (Prin. Reg., 342, 99) 25 March 
1899, by the Hon'''' Henry Berkeley Portman, the 

sole Exor. 

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Henry William Berkeley Portman of Dean's=j= 
Court, CO. Dorset ; born at Bryanston, co. 
Dorset, 8 May, bapt. privately lo May 1801 
(baptism registered at Bryanston) ; Major 6th 
(InniskilJing) Dragoons, formerly 7th Hussars, 
and Lieutenant Dorsetshire Yeomanry Cavalry; 
J. P. for CO. Dorset; died at Red Hill, Lydney, 
CO. Gloucester, in his 78th year, on Monday, 
31 March, bur. at Pylle, co. Somerset, 5 April 
1879. Will dated 5 June 1869, with two 
codicils dated respectively 24 June 187 1 and 
26 June 1871, proved (Prin. Reg., 659, 79) 
18 July 1879, by the Rev. Henry Fitzhardinge 
Portman of the Rectory, Pylle, co. Somerset, 
the son, one of the Exors. 



^Harriet Emily Cavendish, dau. of Thomas Lennox 
Napier Sturt of Buckshaw House, co. Dorset, a 
Puisne Judge in the Hon'''' East India Co.'s 
Service, by Jannette his wife, dau. of Andrew 
Wilson, M.D. ; born at Compton Castle 25 
February 1813; marr. at Compton Pauncefoot, 
CO. Somerset (by the Rev. Napier Sturt), on 
Tuesday, 8 May 1832; died at "Avonside," 
Fordingbridge, co. Hants, aged 77, on Saturday, 
23 August, bur. in the cemetery at Wimborne, 
CO. Dorset, 28 August 1890. Will dated 16 
December 1889, proved (Prin. Reg., 879, 90) 
19 September 1890, by George Henry Sawtell 
of 23 Red Lion Square, co. Middlese.x, the 
sole Exor. 



Edith Grace, born at Child Okeford, co. Dorset, 18 February, bapt. there 2 March 1837 ; 
marr. at Sherborne Minster, co. Dorset (by the Rev. Fitzhardinge Berkeley Portman, uncle of 
the bride, assisted by the Rev. Henry Fitzhardinge Berkeley Portman, brother of the bride, 
and the Rev. William Hector Lyon, the Rector), on Thursday, 11 April 1872, George Stanley 
Orred of Hayward Lodge, Child Okeford (2nd son of George Orred of Tranmere, co. 
Chester, by Matilda his wife, dau. of Thomas Thistlethwayte of Southwick Park, co. Hants, 
M.P.) ; formerly Lieutenant 7th Royal Fusiliers and 2nd Battalion Royal Highlanders (Black 
Watch), afterwards Captain ist Volunteer Battalion Dorchester Regiment, and of the 
Army Reserve. 



Edwin Berkeley Portman of 46 Cadogan Place, London ; born at= 
Bryanston 3 August 1830, bapt. privately the ne.xt day (ba[jtism registered 
at Bryanston) ; educated at Rugby and at Balliol College, O.xford, 
matriculated 17 March 1847, aged 16, S.C.L. and B.A. 1850, B.C.L. 1854, 
Fellow of All Souls' College 1850-57 ; a Student of Lincoln's Lin 10 July 
1848, went to the Inner Temple i June, and called to the Bar there 7 June 
1852 ; Private Secretary to ist Commissioner of Public Works; M.P. for 
Northern Division co. Dorset December 1885-92. 



Caroline Ella, 2nd 
dau. of David Ward 
Chapman, by Caro- 
line Mary his wife, 
dau. of Charles 
Phelips of Briggins 
Park, CO. Hert- 
ford ; marr. at St. 
Andrew's, Ashley 
Place, London (by 
the Rev. Boswell 
Chapman),on Satur- 
day, 14 May 1887. 



Violet Guendolen, bom at 46 Cadogan Place, 
London, on Timrsday, 9 May 1889. 



Edward William Berkeley Portman= 
of Hestercombe, co. Somerset, and 
of 33 Great Cumberland Place, 
London ; born at Fife House, 
Whitehall, London, on Wednesday, 
30 July 1856, and bapt. there; 
educated at Eton and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 15 
January 1875, aged 18 ; formerly 
Major Dorsetshire Yeomanry 
Cavalry ; J. P. for co. Dorset, J. P. 
and D.L. for co. Somerset, High 
Sheriff 1898. 



=Hon''''= Constance Mary, 3rd dau. of Beilby Richard, 2nd 
Baron Wenlock, by Lady lilizabeth Grosvenor his wife, 
3rd dau. of Richard, 2nd Marquis of Westminster, 
K.G. ; born at Escrick Park, co. York, on Wednesday, 
4 October 1854; marr. at East Clandon, co. Surrey (by 
the Hon''''^ and Rev. Algernon Lawley), on Thursday, 
7 July 1892. She marr. istly at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London (by the Hon'''= and Rev. Stephen Lawley, 
and the Hon''''= and Rev. Sidney Meade), on Tuesday, 19 
June 1877, the Hon''''^ Eustace Vesey (3rd son of Thomas, 
3rd Viscount De Vesci) ; born 31 January 1851 ; Captain 
9th Lancers 1879; died at Abbeylei.x, Queen's County, 
on Thursday, 18 November 1886, leaving issue. 



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Captain Wyndham Berkeley Portman of Hare=j=Sarah, only dau. of Thomas Thornhill of 



Park, CO. Cambridge, R.N. ; born at Bryanston, 
CO. Dorset, 4 June, bapt. privately 10 June 
1804 (baptism registered at Bryanston); 
Commander R.N. (retired) ; died at Hinxton 
Hall, CO. Cambridge, in his 79th year, on 
Saturday, 7 July 1883. 



Fixby, CO. York, and of Riddlesworth, co. 
Norfolk, by his wife, Sarah Sober of 
Southampton ; marr. at Riddlesworth 28 
September 1829 ; died at Hare Park on 
Whit-Sunday, 16 May 1880. 



Wyndham Berkeley Portman of Richmond Hill, co.= 
Surrey; born 15 May 1831 ; died at .Alipore House, 
Worcester Road, Sutton, co. Surrey, 18 September, bur. 
in Brookwood Cemetery, co. Surrey, 20 September 1890. 
Will dated 22 April 1879, proved (Prin. Reg., 959, 90) 
16 October 1890, by Emily Charlotte Portman of Alipore 
House, Sutton, co. Surrey, the relict, the sole Executrix. 



=Emily Charlotte, dau. of George 
Newton of Croxton Park, co. 
Cambridge, by Charlotte his wife, 
dau. of General Denzil Onslow of 
Stoughton House, co. Huntingdon ; 
marr. at St. C}eorge's, Hanover 
Square, London, 24 March 1854. 



Arthur Fitzhardinge Berkeley 
Portman, bom 22 August 1861. 



Alice Elizabeth, younger dau. of= 
John Mainwaring Paine of 
Farnham, co. Surrey, by Caroline 
his wife, dau. of William 
Newnham, M.D., F.R.C.S. ; 
born at Farnham 18 June 1845, 
bapt. there 19 July 1846; marr. 
at Holy Trinity, Eastbourne, co. 
Sussex (by the Rev. John 
Frederick Denison Maurice, 
assisted by the Rev. Charles 
Edward Steward), on Thursday, 
II October 1866; died 13 April, 
bur. at Pylle, co. Somerset, 
17 April 1877. ist wife. 



=Rev. Henry Fitzhardinge=j=Gertrude, dau. of John Frederick 



Berkeley Portman, born 
at Child Okeford, co. 
Dorset, 18 October, 
bapt. there 15 November 
1838; of Magdalen 
College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 9 June 1857, aged 
18, B.A. 1863 ; Rector 
of Pylle 1866-85, and 
of Orchard Portman, 
with Thurlbeare and 
Stoke, CO. Somerset, 
since 1885. 



Norman of Staplegrove, co. 
Somerset, by Emma his wife, dau. 
of the Rev. John Haydon Cardew, 
Rector of Curry Mallet, co. 
Somerset ; born at Staplegrove 

1 9 August, bapt. there 21 September 
1854 ; marr. at St. Mary Magdalen's, 
Taunton, co. Somerset (by the Rev. 
Fitzhardinge Berkeley Portman, 
uncle of the bridegroom, assisted 
by the Rev. Edward ImberGardiner, 
brother-in-law of the bride, and 
the Rev. Dr. Finch), on Wednesday, 

20 April 1887. 2nd wife. 



Frederick Arthur Berkeley 
Portman, born at the 
Rectory, Pylle, on Monday, 
28 October, bapt. at Pylle 
7 June 1868. 



Blanche Ethel, 
born 28 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at 
Pylle 19 April 
1870. 



Cicely Joan, bom at 
Orchard Portman on 
Saturday, 16 Novem- 
ber, bapt. there 31 
December 1889. 



Isabel Grace, born at the 
Rectory, Thurlbeare, on 
Monday, 13 July, bapt. at 
Thurlbeare 8 September 
1891. 



Walter George Berkeley Portman, bom at 8 Rutland Gate, London, on Wednesday, 2 June 
1858, and bapt. there ; died at Bournemouth, co. Hants, aged 7 years and-a-half, on Wednesday, 
13 December, bur. at Bryanston 20 December 1865. 



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Lucy Mabella, born at Bryanston, co. Dorset, i September 1805; marr. 26 May 1824, George 
Digby Wingfield-Digby of Sherborne Castle, co. Dorset, and of Coleshill, co. Warwick (eldest 
son of William Wingfield, M.P., a Master in Chancery, by his ist wife. Lady Charlotte Mary, 
dau. and, in her issue, sole heiress of Henry, ist Earl Digby); born i June 1797; of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 14 April 1815, aged 17, B.A. 1819 ; Barrister-at-Law of the Inner 
Temple 1821 ; J. P. and D.L. for co. Dorset, High Sheriff i860; assumed the additional name 
of Digby in 1856; died s.p. at Sherborne Castle, in his 86th year, on Monday, 7 May, bur. 
at Sherborne 11 May 1883. Will dated 2 June 1881, with two codicils dated respectively 
5 July i88i and 3 March 1882, proved (Prin. Reg., 887, 83) 5 November 1883, by the Rev. 
Fitzhardinge Berkeley Portman of Staple Fitzpaine, co. Somerset, and Wadham KnatchbuU of 
Sherborne, co. Dorset, two of the Exors. 



Mary, marr. at St. George's, Hanover Square, London (by the Rev. Fitzhardinge Berkeley 
Portman, uncle of the bride), on Monday, "7 June 1852, George Onslow Newton of Croxton 
Park, CO. Cambridge, and of Pickhill Hall, co. Denbigh (son of George Newton of Croxton 
Park, by Charlotte his wife, dau. of General Denzil Onslow of Stoughton House, co. 
Huntingdon); bom at Croxton Park on Monday, 22 February 1830; of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term 1848, B.A. 1852, M.A. 1861 ; J. P. and D.L. for 
the counties of Cambridge and Huntingdon, High Sheriff for the former county 1864. She died 
s.p. at Croxton Park, aged 22, on Thursday, 6 September, and was bur. at Croxton 13 September 
1855. He marr. 2ndly at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London, 24 June 1858, Cecilia Florence, 
2nd dau. of Edwyn Burnaby of Baggrave Hall, co. Leicester, J. P. and D.L., by Anne Caroline 
his wife, dau. of Thomas Salisbury ; she died at Florence, Italy, leaving issue two daughters, 
on Sunday, 7 February 1869. He marr. srdly, 27 July 1878, Lady Alice Laura Sophia, 2nd 
dau. of Thomas Barnes, nth Earl of Dundonald, by Louisa Harriet his wife, dau. of William 
Alexander Mackinnon of Mackinnon ; born 8 September 1849; a Lady of Grace of Order of 
St. John of Jerusalem in England. George Onslow Newton died at 18 Queen's Gate Terrace, 
South Kensington, London, the residence of his daughter, the Countess of Dysart, on Friday, 
7 December 1900. Will dated 20 July 1887, with five codicils dated respectively 19 January 
1888, 28 February 1891, 29 December 1893, 21 January 1895 and 5 September 1900, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 79, 1901) 28 January igoi, by Arthur Fitzhardinge Berkeley Portman, the 
Exor named in will, Edmund Bourke, the Exor named in 4th codicil, Rear-Admiral in the 
Royal Navy, and George Douglas Cockrane Newton, the Exor named in 5th codicil. 



Lucy Ella, bom at Bryanston on Sunday, 20 November, bapt. privately 22 November 1831 
(baptism registered at Bryanston). 



Henry Berkeley Portman= 
of Buxted Park, co. 
Sussex ; born at 8 Rut- 
land Gate, London, on 
Thursday, 16 February 
i860, and bapt. there ; 
educated at Eton and 
Non-Collegiate of Oxford, 
matriculated 17 October 
1879, aged 19; formerly 
Major Dorsetshire Yeo- 
manry Cavalry ; J. P. for 
CO. Sussex. 



^Emma Andalusia Frere, only surviving child of Lord Nigel Kennedy 
(brother of Archibald, 2nd Marquess of Ailsa, M.P.); born on 
Sunday, 20 October 1861 ; marr. at St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London (by the Rev. Edgar Sheppard, D.D., Sub-Dean of the 
Chapels Royal, assisted by the Hon''''^ and Rev. Walter Berkeley 
Portman, Rector of Corton-Denham, co. Somerset, uncle of the 
bridegroom), on Wednesday, 25 September 1901. She marr. istly 
25 October 1881, George Lionel Henry Seymour, 5th Earl of 
Portarlington ; born 19 August 1858 ; died at Ostend on Friday, 31 
August, bur. at Coolbanagher, Queen's County, on Thursday, 
6 September 1900. Will dated 23 January 1893, with codicil dated 
2 August 1900, proved (Prin. Reg., 1550, 1900) 14 November 1900, 
by the Rt. Hon''''= Emma Andalusia Frere Dawson-Damer, Countess 
of Portarlington, the relict, the sole Executrix. 



Selina Lusia, born at Buxted Park on Friday, 1 1 September, 
bapt. at Buxted on Thursday, 22 October 1903. 

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Marianne, born i September, bapt. privately 3 September 1806 (baptism registered at Bryanston, 
CO. Dorset); marr. at St. Mary's, Bryanston Square, London (by the Rev. Thomas Hulse), on 
Thursday, 14 April 1831, George Drummond of Stanmore, co. Middlesex (son of George 
liarley Drummond of Stanmore, by Margaret his wife, dau. of Alexander Munro of Glasgow) ; 
born 12 February 1802 ; died at Wilton Crescent, London, on Sunday, 5 January 1851. Will 
dated 5 November 1845, proved (P.C.C., 188, 51) 12 March 1851, by Andrew Mortimer 
Drummond, the uncle, Andrew Robert Drummond and Charles Drummond, the Exors. She 
died at Wilton Crescent, London, i December 1842. =p 



Sarah, born at Seymour Berkeley Portman-= 
49 Berkeley Dalton of Sleningfield Park, 
Square, Lon- co. York, of Fillingham 
don, 17 Oc- Castle, co. Lincoln, and of 
tober 1834. 18 Eccleston Square, Lon- 
don ; born at 49 Berkeley 
Square, London, 12 January 
1838, and bapt. at Riddles- 
worth, CO. SulTolk ; assumed 
by Royal Licence dated 
10 December 1887, the 
additional name of Dalton ; 
J. P. and D.L. for co. 
Lincoln. 



=Georgiana Isabella, eldest dau. of Alice, bom 
John Dalton of Sleningford Park, in London 
CO. York, and of Fillingham Castle, 22 August 
CO. Lincoln, J. P. and D.L., Captain 1846; died 

1 St Royal Dragoons, by Georgiana 12 February 
Isabella his wife, dau. of Colonel 1898, and 
Henry Tower ; born at Sleningford bur. at Dul- 
Grange, Ripon, co. York, 2 Sep- lingham, co. 
tember 1845, bapt. privately the next Cambridge, 
day (baptism registered at North 
Stainley-cum-Sleningford, co. York); 

marr. at St. Gabriel's, Warwick 
Square, London, on Wednesday, 

2 June 1880. 



Colonel Augustus Berkeley Portman of Priestwood House, Bracknell,= 
CO. Berks; born at Weymouth, co. Dorset, 14 June, bapt. at Child 
Okeford, co. Dorset, 22 July 1840; entered the Hon''''= East India 
Co.'s Service 9 December 1859 as Lieutenant in Bombay Artillery, 
and in the Royal Artillery (Bo.) 18 February 1861 ; served with B/18 
Battery Royal Artillery, and appointed to Royal Horse Artillery in 
1866; transferred to Bombay Staff Corps 16 April 1866; served in 
the Police Department of the Bombay Presidency, and acted for 
three and-a-half years as Inspector-General of Registration and 
Stamps, Bombay ; rejoined the Police, and retired from the 
service 9 December i8go; promoted Captain 9 December 1871, 
Major 9 December 1879, Lieut. -Colonel 9 December 18S5, and 
Colonel 9 December 1889; J. P. for co. Dorset. 



=Mary Frances Lovett, 
2nd dau. of William 
Lochiel Cameron of the 
HonW-^ East India Co.'s 
Service, by Jane Rose his 
wife, dau. of Dr. Daniell 
of Dublin ; born at 
Poona, Bombay Pre- 
sidency, India, 30 Sep- 
tember 1844, and bapt. 
there ; marr. at Kirkee, 
Bombay Presidency, 21 
January 1864. 



Helen Cavendish, born at Baroda, Punjab, India, 10 May 1865, and bapt. there; died 
at Gunnish Khired House, near Kirkee, Bombay Presidency, 26 September 1886, and 
bur. in the cemetery at Kirkee the next day. 



Emma Selina, bom at 42 Portman Square, London, on Easter Sunday, 5 April 1863, and bapt. 
there privately; marr. at St. Mary's, Bryanston Square, London, 7 May 1885, the Rt. Hon'''= 
Ronald Ruthven, Earl of Leven and Melville, P.C. (3rd son of John Thornton Leslie, 9th Earl 
of Leven and 8th Earl of Melville, by Sophia his 2nd wife, dau. of Henry Thomton, M.P.); 
born at Roehampton, co. Surrey, 19 December 1835, bapt. at the parish church. Putney, co. 
Surrey, 13 February 1836; educated at Eton and at Christ Church, O.xford, matriculated 
8 June 1854, aged 18, B.A. 1858, M.A. 1865; D.L. for co. Nairn; one of H.M. Lieutenants 
for the City of London ; Keeper of the Privy Seal of Scotland ; Lord High Commissioner of 
Church of Scotland for five years from 1898; succeeded his half-brother, Alexander, as loth 
Earl of Leven and 9th Earl of Melville 22 October 1889. =f= 

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Harriet Ella, born 27 April, bapt. privately 29 April 1807 (baptism registered at Bryanston, 
CO. Dorset); marr. at St. Mary's, Bryanston Square, London, i March 1827, William Stratford 
Dugdale of P.lyth TIall and Mcrevale, co. Warwick (only son of Dugdale Stratford Dugdale of 
Merevale Hall, M.P., by the HonWs Charlotte his ist wife, dau. of Assheton, ist Viscount 
Curzon) ; born i April 1800; J. P. and U.L. for co. Warwick; M.P. for Shaftesbury 1830-31, 
Bramber 1831-32, and for North Warwickshire 1832-47 ; died at Blyth Hall, aged 71, 
15 September, bur. at Merevale 22 September 1871. Will dated 10 March 1870, with codicil 
dated 5 .'\ugust 1871, proved at Birmingham 11 December 1871, by William Stratford Dugdale 
of Merevale Hall, co. \Varwick, John Stratford Dugdale of the Inner Temple in the City of 
London, and Henry Charles Geast Dugdale of Blyth Hall, a Captain in Her Majesty's 2nd 
Battalion Rifle Brigade, the sons, three of the Exors. She died at Blyth Hall, aged 95 years 
and 355 days, on Friday, 17 April, and was bur. at Merevale 21 April 1903. 

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Frederick WilHam Berkeley Portman, born at Langton Lodge, Blandford, co. Dorset, 15 March 
1842; Ensign 15th Regiment Bombay Native Infantry; died at Ahmednagar, Bombay, India, 
aged 18, on Wednesday, i August i860, and bur. in the cemetery at that station. 



Aileen Ethel, born at Satara, Bombay Presidency, 31 July 1866, and bapt. there; marr. at 
Kirkee, Bombay Presidency, on Saturday, 10 October 1885, William Yorke Foster of "The 
Grove," Hardingham,. co. Norfolk (eldest son of Sir William Foster of Norwich, Bart., by 
Georgina his ist wife, dau. of Richard Armit of Monkstown, co. Dublin) ; born at Upper 
St. Giles' Street, Norwich, on Sunday, i April i860, and bapt. there; entered the Army as 
Lieutenant Royal Artillery 18 February 1880, Captain i April 1888, Major 20 November 1897, 
Staff-Captain Royal Artillery, Bengal, 23 May 1892 to 31 March 1895, D.A.A.G. for Royal 
Artillery, Bombay, i April 1S95 to 14 May 1897; served in South African War 1899-1900, 
with the Ladysmith Relief Force, including action at Colenso, in command of the 66th Royal 
Field Artillery ; at the operations in the Transvaal in May and June 1900 (medal and clasps). 



Mary Ada, only dau. of Major Francis= 
Hastings Toone Gordon-Cumming ; 
marr. at Birdsall, co. York, 9 February 
1888; divorced on her petition 1897 ; 
marr. 2ndly (by the father of the 
bridegroom) on Wednesday, 7 June 
1899, Ralph Assheton Harbord (eldest 
son of the Hon^^'^ and Rev. John 
Harbord, Rector of South Repps, co. 
Norfolk). She died 13 May 1900, 
and was bur. at Salisbury, Rhodesia, 
British South Africa, ist wife. 



=Claud Berkeley Portman= 
of Child Okeford, co. 
Dorset ; born at Dur- 
weston, CO. Dorset, on 
Tuesday, i November 
1864, bapt. privately the 
next day, and received 
into the church at 
Bryanston 19 January 
1865 ; educated at Eton; 
formerly Captain Dorset- 
shire Imperial Yeomanry 
1896; J. P. for CO. Dorset. 



=Harriette Mary, 2nd dau. of 
William Stevenson ; marr. 
at the British Consulate, 
Rome, and afterwards at 
Holy Trinity, Rome, on 
Saturday, 12 March 1898. 
She marr. istly John Dutton 
Hunt, Captain Highland 
Light Infantry, who divorced 
her in 1897, and changed 
his name to Hopton in 
i8gS. 2nd wife. 



Guinivere, born 
at The Manor 
House, Child 
Okeford, at 3.45 
p.m., on Satur- 
day, 5 January, 
bapt. at Bryan- 
ston 30 July 
1889. 



Joan, born at 4 Lower 
Berkeley Street, Port- 
man Square, London, 
on Sunday, 24 August, 
died there 1 2 Septem- 
ber 1890, and bur. in 
Brookwood Cemetery, 
CO. Surrey, the ne.xt 
day. 



Edward Claud 
Berkeley Port- 
man, born at 
Child Okeford 
on Friday, 8 
July, bapt. there 
28 July 1898. 



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Sylvia Grace, born at Child 
Okeford 19 March, bapt. at 
St. George's Chapel, Albemarle 
Street, London, 25 April 1900. 

Jocelyn, born at Child Okeford 
on Wednesday, 2 7 Ma)', bapt. at 
St. George's Chapel, Albemarle 
Street, London, 22 June 1903. 



I 

Rev. Fitzhardinge Berkeley Portman of Orchard Portman House,= 
CO. Somerset; born 23 January, bapt. privately 25 January 
181 1 (baptism registered at Bryanston, co. Dorset); of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 20 May 1828, aged 17, Fellow 
of All Souls' College 1831-40, B.A. 1832, M.A. 1836; Rector 
of Staple FitEpaine and Orchard Portman, co. Somerset, 1840, 
Prebendary of Wells 1841, and Rural Dean ; died at Orchard 
Portman, aged 82, on Monday, 6 March, bur. at Staple 
Fitzpaine 10 March 1893. Will dated 4 June 1889, with two 
codicils dated respectively 18 March 1890 and 8 February 1892, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 381, 93) 6 April 1893, by Charles Edward 
Lance and Edmund Mainley Awdry, the Exors. 



'Frances Anne, eldest dau. of 
the Rev. William Nicholas 
Darnell, Rector of Stanhope, 
CO. Durham, and Prebendary 
of Durham, by Elizabeth 
Bowe his wife ; born 3 De- 
cember 1818; marr. at 
Stanhope 24 August 1840 ; 
died at the Rectory, Staple 
Fitzpaine, on Sunday, 19 May, 
bur. at Staple Fitzpaine 
23 May 1889. 

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Mary Elizabeth, born 23 May, bapt. at Staple Fitzpaine 20 June 1841 ; marr. at Calcutta, India, 
on Monday, 5 November 1866, Charles Edward Lance of Stoke Court, Taunton, co. Somerset 
(3rd son of the Rev. Edwin Lance, Rector of Buckland St. Mary, co. Somerset, by Madeline 
Monica his wife, dau. of Josias du Pre Porcher of Wirishead, co. Devon); born 3 June 1827 ; 
educated at East India College, Haileybury ; formerly of the Bengal Civil Service. 

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Evelyn Harriet Lavinia, born at I^ngton Lodge, Blandford, 
CO. Dorset, 26 September, bapt. at Pimperne, co. Dorset, 
30 October 1843 t marr. at Wimborne Minster, co. Dorset 
(by the Rev. Fitzhardinge Berkeley Portman, uncle of the 
tsride, assisted by the Rev. Henry Fitzhardinge Berkeley 
Portman, brother of the bride, and the Rev. Henry Parker 
Cookesley), on Thursday, 3 October 1867, as his 2nd wife, 
the Hon'''"^ Maurice Berkeley Portman, her cousin (3rd son 
of Edward Berkeley Portman, ist Viscount Portman); born 
at Bryanston on Friday, i8 January 1833, bapt. privately the 
next day (baptism registered at Bryanston); J. P. for co. 
Somerset; Attache at Mexico 1853-56; Member of the 
Canadian Parliament 1861-64 ; diedat Ashfield House, North 
Petherton, co. Somerset, aged 54, at 2 p.m. on Thursday, 12 
January, bur. in the cemetery at North Petherton 1 7 January 
i888. {See page 43.) =j= 

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Geraldine Blanche, born at 
Dean's Court, Wimborne, on 
Friday, 29 June, bapt. at Wim- 
borne Minster 30 August 1855 ; 
marr. at Ditcheat, co. Somerset 
(by the Rev. Fitzhardinge 
Berkeley Portman, uncle of the 
bride, assisted by the Rev. 
William Marriatt Leir, the 
Rector), on Wednesday, 25 
June 1884, Blanchard Reginald 
Toogood Coward, Commander 
R.N. (retired 27 May 1896). 
She died 16 March, and was 
bur. at Newton Abbot, co. 
Devon, 20 March 1900. 

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William Aubrey Fitzhardinge Berkeley Portman, born at Ahmednagar, Bombay Presidency, 
India, 19 October 1S70, and bapt. there; died at " Brookfield," Keynstone, co. Dorset, on 
Monday, 5 June 187 1, and bur. in the churchyard at Keynstone. 



Susan Alice, born at 42 Portman Square, London, 
30 March 1866, and bapt. there privately ; 
marr. at St. Mary's, Bryanston Square, London, 
8 August 1893, Alan William Heber-Percy of 
Durweston, co. Dorset (youngest son of Algernon 
Charles Heber-Percy of Hodnet Hall, co. Salop, 
and of Airmyn, co. York, by Emily his wife, eldest 
dau. of the Rt. Rev. Reginald Heber, D.D., 
Bishop of Calcutta); born 27 March 1865; 
educated at Eton and at Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge ; J. P. and County Councillor (Pimperne 
Division) co. Dorset. =j= 

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Seymour Berkeley Portman, born at 42 
Portman Square, London, on Wednesday, 
19 February 1868, and bapt. there 
privately. 



Frances Maud, born at 42 Portman Square, 
London, on Tuesday, 2 July 1872, and 
bapt. there privately ; died at Durweston, 
aged 10 months, on Monday, 12 May, 
bur. at Bryanston 16 May 1873. 



Emma Lucy, born at Staple Fitzpaine, co. Somerset, 21 April, bapt. there 13 August 1843; 
marr. at Staple Fitzpaine (by the Rev. William Henry Lance) on Thursday, 4 May 1865, 
Daniel Mildred of Preston, Cirencester, co. Gloucester (son of Daniel Mildred of Woodford, 
CO. Essex, by Emily his wife, dau. of Brice Pearse of Woodford) ; born at Hale End, 
Woodford, on Wednesday, 11 July 1838; died at Preston, Cirencester, 28 December 1873. 
Will dated 6 November 1872, proved at Gloucester 31 January 1874, by Henry Mildred of 
8 St. Helen's Place, in the City of London, Frederick Mildred, the younger, of 73 Lombard 
Street, in the said City, and the Rev. Oswald Smith of Crudwell, co. Wilts, Rector of Crudwell, 
three of the Eiiors. =y 



Helen Vidal, dau.= 
of Captain John 
Harris of London, 
Canada West; born 
25 July 1834; marr. 
at London, Canada 
West, 4 June 1856; 
died at London, 
Canada West, on 
Friday, 30 March 
i860, and bur. 
there, ist wife. 



=Maurice Berkeley Portman of "Ash- 
field, North Petherton, co. Somerset ; 
born at Bryanston, co. Dorset, on Fri- 
day, 18 January 1833, bapt. privately 
the next day (baptism registered at 
Bryanston); J. P. for co. Somerset; 
Attache at Mexico 1853-56 ; a 
Member of the Canadian Parliament 
1861-64; died at " Ashfield," 
North Petherton, aged 54, at 2 p.m. 
on Thursday, 12 January, bur. in 
the cemetery at North Petherton 17 
January 1888. Will dated i June 
1883, proved (Prin. Reg., 269, 88) 
3 March 1888, by the Hon^Ji^ Evelyn 
Harriet Lavinia Portman of "Ashfield," 
North Petherton, Bridgwater, co. 
Somerset, the relict, the sole Executrix. 



=Evelyn Harriet Lavinia (his cousin), 
eldest dau. of Henry William 
Berkeley Portman of Dean's Court, 
Wimbome, co. Dorset; born at 
Langton Lodge, Blandford, co. 
Dorset, 26 September, bapt. at 
Pimperne, co. Dorset, 30 October 
1843 ; marr. at Wimbome Minster 
(by the Rev. Fitzhardinge Berkeley 
Portman, uncle of the bride, 
assisted by the Rev. Henry Fitz- 
hardinge Berkeley Portman, brother 
of the bride, and the Rev. Henry 
Parker Cookesley) on Thursday, 
3 October 1867. 2nd wife. {See 
page 42.) 



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Berkeley Portman of= 
West Stratford House, 
Micheldever, co. Hants ; 
bom 8 April 1857. 



=Jessie Campbell, 3rd dau. of General Sir Robert Percy Douglas, 
4th Bart., by Louisa his 2nd wife, youngest dau. of Robert Lang of 
Moor Park, co. Surrey ; marr. at Bradford, co. Somerset (by the Rev. 
Fitzhardinge Berkeley Portman, assisted by the Rev. Hugh Jenison 
Adair, the Vicar), on Tuesday, 6 February 1S83. 



Maurice Percy Berkeley Portman, born 
8 August 1884 ; entered the Royal Navy 
15 September 1900, Mipshipman H.M.S. 
"Cressy" 19 August 1901. 



Gerald Berkeley Portman of Healing= 
Manor, co. Lincoln ; born at Montagu 
House, 22 Portman Square, London, on 
Saturday morning, 23 January 1875 ; 
entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant loth 
Hussars 28 September 1895, Lieutenant 
5 October 1896, Captain 11 June 1901 ; 
A.D.C. to Lord Curzon, Viceroy of India, 
during igoi. 



=Dorothy Marie Isolde, youngest dau. of Sir Robert 
Sheffield of Normanby Park, co. Lincoln, 5th Bart., 
by Priscilla Isabella Laura his wife, 3rd dau. of 
Lieut. -Colonel Henry Dumaresq, R.E. ; marr. at 
St. Andrew's, Burton-on-Stather, co. Lincoln (by 
the Rt. Rev. Edward King, D.D., Bishop of 
Lincoln, assisted by the Rev. George Marriott, 
Rector of Sigglesthorne, co. York), on Wednesday, 
16 July 1902. 



Gerald William Berkeley Portman, born at Healing 
Manor on Thursday, 20 August, bapt. at St. Andrew's, 
Burton-on-Stather, on Wednesday, 23 September 1903. 

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Katherine Ella, born at Staple Fitzpaine, co. Somerset, i November 1844, bapt. privately 
II February, and received into the church at Staple Fitzpaine 3 August 1845; marr. at 
Sydney, New South Wales, 22 May 1873, Charles Alexander John Woocock of Nerada, 
Queensland, Australia. =r= 



Louisa Mary, born at Bryanston House, co, Dorset, on Sunday, 15 June 1834, and bapt. privately 
the same day (baptism registered at Bryanston) ; died unmarried at 5 Prince's Gate, Hyde Park, 
London, aged 36, 7 July, bur. at Bryanston 14 July 1870. Will dated 3 June 1865, with codicil 
dated lo June 1870, proved (Prin. Reg., 500, 70) 30 July 1870, by the Hon**'^ VVilliam Henry 
Berkeley Portman of 42 Portman Square, co. Middlesex, and the Rev. Walter Berkeley 
Portman, Rector of Corton-Denham, co. Somerset, the brothers, the Exors. 



Cecil Berkeley Portman, born at= 
Eversley House, Brooklands, co. 
Chester, on Sunday, 12 September, 
bapt. at Brooklands 26 September 
1869; formerly 2nd Lieutenant 3rd 
Battalion (Prince Albert's) Somerset- 
shire Light Infantry (Militia). 



=Florence Wyndham, 4th dau. of Lachlan Forbes of 
Shillingstone, co. Dorset, Major 31st Regiment of Foot, 
J. P. for CO. Dorset, by Julia his wife, dau. of Alexander 
Wyndham of West Loope, co. Dorset ; marr. at Shilling- 
stone (by the Rev. Arthur Gordon Deedes, Curate of 
St. John the Divine, Kennington, co. Surrey) on Saturday, 
6 December 1902. 



Maurice William Portman of Organ= 
Ford Manor, Wareham, co. Dorset ; 
bom at London, Canada West, 
10 October 1858, and bapt. there; 
educated at Repton and H.M.S. 
"Britannia"; Commander R.N. 
(retired). 



=Mary, dau. of Captain Hudson 
of Flixton, CO. Suffolk, R.N. ; 
marr. at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, London, 12 September 
1889. She marr. istly Herbert 
Wybault Colvin. 



Maurice Vidal Portman, 
born at London, Canada 
West, on \Vednesday, 
21 March i860. 



Guy Maurice Berkeley Portman, born 
at "Grey Friars," Ringwood, co. Hants, 
on Monday, 4 August 1890, and bapt. 
at Ringwood. 



Mary Isabel, born at Montagu 
House, 22 Portman Square, 
London, on Thursday, 12 
April 1877, and bapt. there 
privately. 



Constance, born at Montagu House, 22 Portman Square, 
London, at 11.20 a.m., on Tuesday, 11 July 1S82; died 
there, at 2 p.m., on Friday, 14 July, bur. in the churchyard 
at Durweston, co. Dorset, on Tuesday, 18 July 1882. 



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Frances Blanche, born at Staple Fitzpaine, co. Somerset, on Saturday, 30 May, bapt. there 
9 September 1846 ; marr. at All Saints', Knightsbridge, London (by the Rev. William 
Cavington, assisted by the Rev. Edward Pattinson Cole), on Thursday, 9 December 1869, the 
Rev. Thomas Henry Cole (eldest son of Thomas Bullman Cole of Yeovil, co. Somerset) ; born 
16 May 1831 ; of Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 7 June 1854, aged 19, B.A. 1858, 
M.A. 1861 ; Chaplain of H.M. Prison, Lewes, co. Sussex, 1871; died at Mailing Deanery, 
Lewes, aged 58, on Tuesday, 4 April 1893. Will dated 6 August 1892, proved (Prin. Reg., 
432, 93) 30 May 1893, by John Currey and the Rev. Gerald Henry Moor, the Exors. She 
died s.p. 2 November, and was bur. in Highgate Cemetery, London, 7 November 1870. 



Rev. Walter Berkeley Portman, born at Bryanston Square,= 
London, i December 1836, bapt. privately the next day 
(baptism registered at Bryanston, co. Dorset) ; educated at 
Eton and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 30 May 
1855, aged 18, B.A. 1859 ; Rector of Corton-Denham, co. 
Somerset, for 40 years ; died at Corton-Denham, aged 66, 
on Sunday, 22 March, bur. there 26 March 1903. Will 
dated 14 May 1880, with two codicils dated respectively 
27 June 1889 and 11 February 1895, proved (Prin. Reg., 
57, 1903) 23 May 1903, by the Hon'''' Alice Portman, the 
relict, and the Rev. Alan Berkeley Portman, the son, 
the Exors. 



=Alice, youngest dau. of Sir John 
Mordaunt of Walton, co. Warwick, 
9th Bart., by Caroline Sophia his 
wife, 2nd dau. of the Rt. Rev. 
George Murray, D.D., Bishop of 
Rochester ; born at Walton on 
Saturday, 17 February, bapt. at 
Walton D'Eivill, co. Warwick, 
17 March 1844; marr. there (by 
the Rev. Francis Murray) on 
Wednesday, 5 October 1864. 



Ethel, born at 5 Prince's Gate, 
Hyde Park, London, on Friday, 
26 October, bapt. there privately 
29 October 1866, and received 
into the church at Corton-Den- 
ham, CO. Somerset, 3 February 
1867. 



Rev. Alan Berkeley Portman, born at Corton-Denham on 
Saturday, 17 February, bapt. there 7 April 1872; educated 
at Wellington and at University College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated II October 1890, aged 18, B.A. 1894, M.A. 1902; 
Curate of Sampford Courtenay, co. Devon, i8g8, Rector of 
Corton-Denham since May 1903. 



Gertrude Emma, born at Eversley House, Brooklands, co. Chester, on Monday, 15 May, bapt. 
at Brooklands 27 July 187 1 ; marr. at St. Mary's, North Petherton, co. Somerset (by the Rev. 
Henry Fitzhardinge Berkeley Portman, uncle of the bride, assisted by the Rev. Prebendary 
Robinson, uncle of the bridegroom, and the Rev. Percy Turner Mitchell, the Vicar), on 
Wednesday, 30 July 1902, William Hunter Gandy of Bradley Court, Micheldean, co. Gloucester 
(son of the Rev. James Hunter Gandy, M.A., Rector of Stanwick, co. Northampton, by Marian 
Jane his wife, dau. of the Rev. W. Robinson, Vicar of North Petherton); born at the Rectory, 
Stanwick, 13 April, bapt. at Stanwick 23 June 1867 ; educated at Thames Nautical Training 
College, and H.M.S. "Worcester"; Int. B.Sc. (London), F.R.G.S., F.C.S. ; of the Royal 
Naval Reserve. 



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Gertrude Agnes, born 27 December 
1850, bapt. at Staple Fitzpaine, co. 
Somerset, 20 February 1851; raarr. 
there (by the Ven'''' George 
Anthony Denison, Archdeacon of 
Taunton, assisted by the Rev. William 
Neville) on Thursday, 24 April 
1879, Robert Neville Grenville of 
Butleigh, CO. Somerset (eldest son of 
Ralph Neville Grenville of Butleigh 
Court, M.P., D.L., by Julia Roberta 
his wife, dau. of Sir Robert Frankland 
Russell, Bart., M.P.) ; born at 
Windsor, co. Berks, on Wednesda)', 
16 December 1846; educated at 
Eton and at Magdalene College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1869, M.A. 1878; 
Civil Engineer ; Captain West 
Somersetshire Yeomanry Cavalry 
1878-85; J-P-, D.L., and County 
Alderman for co. Somerset, High 
Sheriff 1900. 



Reginald Fitzhardinge Berkeley= 
Portman of Decorah, Iowa, 
U.S.A. ; born at Staple Fitzpaine 
20 February, bapt. there 13 April 
1853 ; educated on H.M.S. 
"Britannia" 1864-65; Midship- 
man R.N., invalided 1869. 



=Carrie, dau. of John 
Stewart of Decorah, 
Iowa, by Catherine his 
wife, dau. of Frederick 
Fox, Barrister-at-Law ; 
bom at Brownsville, 
N.Y., U.S.A., II 
February 1849, ^^d 
bapt. there ; marr. at 
Decorah 6 November 
1878. 



Frances Catherine, born 
at Decorah, Iowa, on 
Monday, 9 August, bapt. 
there 2 1 November 
1880. 



John Fitzhardinge Berkeley 
Portman, born at Decorah, 
Iowa, 6 November, bapt. 
there 27 December 1885. 



Lionel Portman, born at Corton-Denham, co. 
Somerset, on Friday, 26 December 1873, 
bapt. there 10 February 1874 ; educated at 
Wellington and at University College, Oxford, 
matriculated 15 October 1892, aged 18; 
Coxswain of the University Eight 1S93. 



Francis John Portman, born at the Rectory, 
Corton-Denham, on Sunday, 24 March, bapt. 
at Corton-Denham 5 May 1878; educated at 
Radley and at Christ Church, O.xford, B.A. 
1900. 



Montagu Berkeley Portman of " Ashfield," Bridgwater, co.= 
Somerset; born at Eversley House, Brooklands, co. Chester, on 
Saturday, 6 July, bapt. privately 15 July 1872 (baptism 
registered at Brooklands) ; educated privately at Southbourne, 
CO. Hants, and at the Military College, O-xford ; formerly 
Lieutenant 3rd Battalion (Prince Albert's) Somersetshire 
Light Infantry. 



=Jessie Elizabeth, youngest dau. 
of George Edwin Lance of the 
Bengal Civil Service ; bom 1 2 
November 1876; marr. at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, 
London, 13 December 1899. 



Gerald Berkeley Portman, 
born II February 1903. 



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Alma Beatrice, born 15 October, 
bapt. at Staple Fitzpaine, co. 
Somerset, 13 December 1854; 
died, aged 4, 2 March, bur. at 
Staple Fitzpaine 5 March 1859. 



Mabel Georgina, born 10 May, bapt. at Staple Fitzpaine 
20 July 1856 ; marr. at Butleigh, co. Somerset (by the 
Rev. William Henry Lance), on Saturday, 26 August 1893, 
the Rev. William Henry Box (son of Stephen Thomas Box, 
by Hannah his wife) ; of St. John's College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1886, B.A. 1889, M.A. 
1893; Chaplain King's College, Taunton, co. Somerset, 
1890-93, and Rector of Puckington, co. Somerset, 1894-98. 



Arthur Fitzhardinge Berkeley= 
Portman of Chevy Chase, 
Maryland, U.S.A. ; born at 
Staple Fitzpaine 18 November 
1859, bapt. there 6 January 
i860; educated at St. Andrew's 
College, Chardstock, co. 
Somerset. 



=Adeline,dau. of Samuel Bealls 
Elwell of Serena, Illinois, 
U.S.A., by Elizabeth Kathe- 
rine Dolph his wife ; born at 
Serena, Illinois, 27 February 
i860; bapt. at Iowa City, 
Iowa, U.S.A. ; marr. at Las 
Vegas, New Mexico, U.S.A., 
20 August 1893. 



Philip Neville Berkeley Portman, 
born 30 October, bapt. at Staple 
Fitzpaine 7 December 1864; 
died at Staple Fitzpaine, aged 
17 months, 7 April, bur. there 
10 April 1866. 




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jFiteman of Combs, co. ^uffolK. 



Edmund Freeman of " The Cedars," Combs, co. Suffolk (3rd son of the= 
Rev. John Freeman, Rector of Creeling All Saints' and St. Peter's, co. 
Suffolk, by Elizabeth his wife, eldest dau. of Sir Philip Broke of Nacton, co. 
Suffolk Bart.); born 27 February, bapt. at Combs 16 March 1782; 
Captain in the West Suffolk Militia and in the Hon'''^ East India Co.s 
Service ; succeeded to the Combs family estates in 
1810, after the deaths of his elder brothers, John 
Freeman, who died in 1795, and I'hilip Freeman, 
who died in 1810; died at Combs, aged 39, 
5 March, bur. in the family vault in the church at 
Combs 12 March 182 1. Will dated 7 November 

1820, proved (P.C.C, 664 Mansfield) 31 December 

1 82 1, by Margaret Freeman, the relict, Edmund 
Jenney, Horatio George Broke and "':"■■"- 
Pearson, the Exors. 



William 





'Margaret, dau. of 
William Hughes 
of Mulgannon, 
CO. Wexford ; 
marr. at Augha- 
loo, CO. Wexford, 
2oOctober 1813; 
died, aged 64, 
22 January, bur. 
in St. Nicho- 
las' Churchyard, 
Chichester, co. 
Sussex, 27 Jan- 
uary 1849. 



^^^^^i^7^i^?hr^_^ 




Edmund Freeman 
(twin with Mar- 
garet); born 29 June 
18 14, bapt. pri- 
vately at Tullamore, 
King's County, and 
received into the 
church at Combs 
30 April 181 6 ; 
bur. at Combs 21 
October 1819. 



Margaret (twin with 
Edmund); born 29 
June 1 8 14, bapt. 
privately at Tulla- 
more, and received 
into the church at 
Combs 30 April 
1 8 1 6 ; bur. at Combs 
3 May 1828. 



Rev. John Freeman, born in July, bapt. at= 
Combs 31 July 1815; educated at Dedham 
Grammar School, co. Suffolk, and at 
St. Peter's College, Cambridge, B.A. and 
Senior Optime 1837, M.A. 1840; Rector of 
Ashwicken with Leziate, co. Norfolk, 1840, 
Rural Dean 1846; J. P. for co. Norfolk 1855; 
died s.p. at Ashwicken Rectory, aged 61, on 
Thursday, 4 January, bur. at Ashwicken 10 
January 1877. M.I. Will dated 17 January 
1876, with codicil dated 29 December 1876, 
proved at Norwich 12 March 1877, by James 
Inglis of Colchester, co Essex, gent., Lucy 
Charlotte Freeman of Ashwicken, co. Norfolk, 
the rehct, and the Rev. William Maundy 
Harvey Elvvyn of Waresley, co. Huntingdon, 
the Exors. 




=Lucy Charlotte, dau. of 
Robinson Kittoe, R.N. ; 
marr. at Barham, co. Suf- 
folk (by the Rev. William 
Kirby,F.R.S.), on Wednes- 
day, 2 2 April 1 840 ; died 
at Seckhams, Lindfield, co. 
Sussex, in her 70th year, 
on Wednesday, 3 Decem- 
ber, bur. at Ashwicken 
8 December 1884. Will 
dated 28 November 1883, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 29, 
85) 20 January 1885, by 
George Dominicus Kittoe 
of 47 Ay n hoe Road, West 
Kensington, CO. Middlesex, 
the brother, and Mary Ann 
Elwyn (wife of the Rev. 
William Maundy Harvey 
Elwyn) of the Vicarage, 
AVaresley, co. Huntingdon, 
the Exors. 



Mary, born 20 May, bapt. at Subdeanery Church, Chichester, 6 June 1847; marr. at Exeter 
Cathedral (by the Ven''''= Archdeacon Woollcombe) on Wednesday, 6 August 1879, the 
Ven^^ William Andrewes Fearon, D.D. (3rd son of the Rev. Daniel Rose Fearon, Vicar of 
Assington, co. Suffolk, by Frances Jane his wife, dau. of the Rev. Charles Andrewes) ; born at 
the Vicarage, Assington, 4 February 1841 ; of New College, O.xford, matriculated 13 October 
1859, aged 18, Scholar 1859, B.A. 1864, Fellow 1864-80, M.A. 1866, B. and D.D. 1SS4; Tutor 
1865 ; Head-Master Durham Cathedral School 1882-84, Assistant-Master Winchester College 
1868-82, Head-Master 1884-1901 ; Hon. Canon of Winchester since 1S89, Archdeacon of 
Winchester 1903. 

4S 



^Villiam Freeman, 
born 19 November 
181 6, bapt. at 
Combs, CO. Suf- 
folk, 1 1 September 
181 7; educated at 
Dedham Gram mar 
School, CO. Suf- 
folk ; Lieutenant 
Royal Artillery ; 
died unmarried at 
Coddenham, co. 
Suffolk, and bur. 
in the family vault 
at Combs 3 August 
1837. 



Ven^e Philip Freeman, born at "The Cedars,"= 
Combs, 8 February, bapt. at Combs 15 February 
1818 ; educated at I^edham Grammar School, under 
Dr. George Taylor, and Scholar of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, 1835, awarded, in 1837 and 1838, 
Sir William Browne's medals for a Latin ode and 
epigrams, elected Craven University Scholar 1838, 
B.A. and Senior Classic 1839, M.A. 1842, Fellow 
of St. Peter's College, Cambridge, 1839; Principal 
of Chichester Theological College 1846-48, Canon 
and a Reader in Theology of Cumbrae College 
(the college built by the Earl of Glasgow in the 
Island of Cumbrae, co. Bute) 1852-58, having at 
the same time charge of the Episcopal Church of 
that island; Vicar of Thorverton, co. Devon, 1858 
-74, Prebendary of Exeter Cathedral November 
1861-64, Archdeacon of Exeter and Canon of 
Exeter April 1864 to death; Author of "The 
Principles of Divine Service," 1855, and numerous 
other works ; died from the result of an accident 
on the railway, 18 February, at the residence of 
Thomas Gambier, Surgeon, i Northumberland 
Terrace, Primrose Hill, co. Middlesex, aged 57, on 
Wednesday, 24 February, bur. in the churchyard at 
Thorverton 2 March 1875. ^^'11 dated 4 February 
1868, proved (Prin. Reg., 300, 75) 3 April 1875, ^Y 
the Rev. Harry Baber of Ramsbury, co. Wilts, and 
James Inglis of Colchester, co. Essex, the Exors. 



=Ann, youngest dau. 
of the Rev. Henry 
Hervey Baber, F.R..S., 
Rector of Stretham, 
CO. Cambridge, and 
Keeper of the Printed 
Books at the British 
Museum 1812-37 ; 
born at the British 
Museum 11 February 
1 82 1 ; marr. at Stret- 
ham (by the Rev. Dr. 
Mill, Chaplain to the 
Archbishop of Can- 
terbury) on Tuesday, 
18 August 1846; died 
at Exmouth, co. 
Devon, aged 76, on 
Thursday, 14 October, 
bur. at Thorverton 18 
October 1897. Will 
dated 4 November 
1895, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1209, 97) 27 
November 1897, by 
George Broke Free- 
man and the Rev. 
Edward Vere Free- 
man, the sons, the 
Exors. 



George Broke Freeman, born 12 November, bapt.= 
at Old Subdeanery Church, Chichester, co. Sussex, 
on Advent Sunday, 3 December 1 848 ; educated 
at Uppingham School and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge, Declamation Prize 1870, B.A. (2nd- 
class Classical Tripos) 1871, M.A. 1874; a 
Student of Lincoln's Inn 28 January 1870, called 
to the Bar 17 November 1873 ; Equity Draftsman 
and Conveyancer ; Original Member of London 
Diocesan Conference. 



=Horatia, youngest dau. of Horace Dobell 
of 84 Harley Street, London, M.D., by 
Elizabeth Mary his wife, dau. of George 
Fordham; born 18 January 1855; marr. 
at St. Andrew's, Wells Street, London (by 
the Rev. Benjamin Webb, the Vicar, and 
the Rev. Harry Baber, Vicar of Ramsbury, 
CO. Wilts, uncle of the bridegroom), on 
Saturday, 14 April 1877. 



Philip Horace Freeman, bom at 60 
Cornwall Road, Bayswater, London, on 
Monday, 27 May, bapt. at Ail Saints', 
Notting Hill, London, 29 June 1878 ; 
educated at Marlborough College and 
at Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 
(3rd-class Historical Tripos) 1901. 



George Sydney Freeman, born at 60 Cornwall 
Road, Bayswater, London, on Wednesday, 19 
November, bapt. at All Saints', Notting Hill, 
London, 16 December 1879; educated at Bradfield 
College (Exhibitioner), and Scholar of Pembroke 
College, Oxford, 2nd-class Classical Mods. 1900, 
B.A. (3rd-class Final Classical Schools) 1902. 



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Elizabeth Mary, born 4 February, bapt. at Combs, 
CO. Suffolk, 7 February 1820 ; died at Woodbridge, 
CO. Suffolk, aged 9, and bur. in the family vault at 
Combs 15 December 1829. 



Edmund Freeman, born in 1821 ; died, 

aged 7 months, and bur. in the family 
vault at Combs 15 April 1822. 



Edith, born 13 Rev. Edward Vere Freeman, born 30=j=Honor Henrietta, youngest dau 



May, bapt. at Sub- 
deanery Church, 
Chichester, co. 
Sussex, 29 May 
1850. 



January, bapt. at New Subdeanery 
Church, Chichester, 20 February 1853; 
educated at Winchester and at Brasenose 
College, Oxford, 2nd-class Natural 
Science Honour Schools 1875, B.A. 1875, 
M.A. 1878; Vicar of West Anstey, co. 
Devon, 1885, of St. James', Exeter, 1893, 
and of Exmouth, co. Devon, 1897; Rural 
Dean of South Molton 1892-93. 



of the Rev. John Drake Becher of 
Hill House, Southwell, co. Not- 
tingham, by Elizabeth Susannah 
his wife, dau. of Henry Vesey 
Machin ; marr. at Southwell 
Minster (by the Rev. Harry 
Baber, Vicar of Ramsbury, co. 
Wilts, assisted by the Rev. 
William Becher) on Wednesday, 
15 January 1879. 



Margaret Mary Vere, born at 10 Beacon, Exmouth, on Tuesday, 
18 November, bapt. at Exmouth 14 December 1879; marr. at Holy 
Trinity, Exmouth, 10 December 1901, Thomas Gosselin Elliott of 
Delpotonoya, Ceylon (son of Nicholas Gosselin Elliott of Kellistown, 
CO. Carlow, by Anna his wife, dau. of Captain Sir Thomas Ross, R.N.) ; 
born 6 February 1870. _ 

A 



Kenneth John Freeman, bom at 60 
Cornwall Road, Bayswater, London, on 
Monday, 19 June, bapt. at All Saints', 
Notting Hill, London, 31 July 1882; 
educated at Winchester (Scholar), and 
Scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge ; 
awarded, in 1903, Sir William Browne's 
medal for a Greek epigram, and elected 
Browne University Scholar same year. 



Percy Broke Freeman, born 
at 30 Bassett Road, London, 
on Monday, 29 August, bapt. 
at All Saints', Notting Hill, 
London, 29 September 1887, 
educated at Bradfield College 
(Exhibitioner). 



Dorothy, born at 30 
Bassett Road, London, 
on Friday, 30 May, 
bapt. at All Saints', 
Notting Hill, London, 
5 July 1890. 



f 



J^nrsfis ^^eA>i 



Facsimile of a Silhouette of Susanna, daughter of 
John Spencer of Wrotham, co. Kent, and wife of James 
Hackett Hodsoll of Loose Court, co. Kent; born 
10 May 1812, died 8 May 18^4. ; in the possession of 
Charles Maxfield Hodsoll, her son. 



ji^oteoU of Eoose, CO. Iktnt 



Anns. — Azure, three wells argent. 



James Hodsoll of Wrotham, co. Kent= 

(only surviving son of Maxfield Hodsoll 

of Wrotham, by Sarah his wife, dau. of 

James Hackett) ; 

born at Wrotham 

13 October, bapt. 

there 5 November 

1788; died, aged 

25, 27 September, 

bur. at Wrotham 

4 October 181 3. Fac-simile of an 

impression of a 
seal from a deed 
dated 1690. 




James Hackett Hodsoll of Loose Court, co. Kent ; born at= 
Wrotham 13 May 1813, bapt. there 18 April 18 14; Lord of 
the Manor of Loose, Patron of the living of Bennington, co. 
Suffolk ; died at the Rectory, Dennington, the residence of 
his son-in-law, aged 74, on Sunday, 19 February, bur. in the 
cemetery at Maidstone 23 February 1888. Will dated 27 March 
1879, with codicil dated 13 May 1882, proved (Prin. Reg., 
343, 88) 26 April 1888, by Charles Maxfield Hodsoll of Loose 
Court, in the parish of Loose, co. Kent, the son, one of the Exors. 



=Caroline, dau. of Joseph Spencer of Wrotham, by 
Susanna Woodhams his wife ; born at Hartficld, co. 
Sussex, 25 December 1789, bapt. there 10 February 
1790; marr. at Wrotham 10 June 1812; marr. 2ndly 
Edward Munk of Maidstone, co. Kent, who died, 
aged 63, and was bur. in the churchyard of the 
parish church, Maidstone, 7 December 1841. Will 
dated 9 July 1841, proved (P.C.C., 823, 41) 30 
December 1841, by Abraham Spencer and George 
Spencer, two of the Exors. Power reserved to William 
Wickham, the other Exor. She died, aged 76, 
8 October, and was bur. in the churchyard of the 
parish church, Maidstone, 13 October 1866. 

I 

=Susanna, dau. of John Spencer 
of Wrotham, by Hester Hooker 
his wife ; born at Mayfield, co. 
Sussex, 10 May, bapt. there 19 
June 181 2; marr. at St. Bride's, 
Fleet Street, London, 27 May 
1839 ; died at 2 Oak Villas, 
Haverstock Hill, London, aged 
61, on Friday, 8 May, bur. 
in the cemetery at Maidstone 
15 May 1874. 



Laura, born 17 July, bapt. at 
the parish church, Maidstone, 
12 August 1840; marr. at the 
parish church, Loose, 26 Oc- 
tober 1870, the Rev. George 
Castleden (son of George 
Castleden of Canterbury, co. 
Kent, by his wife, Jane Pack- 
man Smith of Canterbury) ; 
born at St. Dunstan's, Canter- 
bury, 9 May 1842 ; of Queen's 
College, Cambridge, matricu- 
lated Michaelmas Term, 1862, 
B.A. i866,M.A. 1869; Rector 
of Dennington since 1879. 

I 



Caroline, born 2 RLirch, bapt. at the parish church, Maidstone, 
27 April 1842; marr. at New College Chapel, St. John's Wood, 
London (by the father of the bridegroom), on Wednesday, 12 
July 187 1, Edward Hill Mannering (elder son of the Rev. 
Edward Mannering, Minister of Holywell Mount Chapel, and 
afterwards of Bishopsgate Chapel, London, by Mary his wife, 
dau. of John Hill of London) ; born 22 January 1830; educated 
at Mill Hill School, co. Middlesex ; Secretary of the Sun Fire 
Ofifice, London ; died at his residence, 1 1 Arkwright Road, 
Hampstead, co. Middlesex, aged 67, on Sunday, 13 June, bur. 
in Abney Park Cemetery, London, on Wednesday, 16 June 
1897. Will dated 7 May 1897, proved (Prin. Reg., 922, 97) 
13 August 1897, by Walter Mannering, the brother, and 
Charles Price, the Exors. She died, aged 47, on Friday, 
1 1 January, and was bur. in Abney Park Cemetery, London, 
15 January 1889. =y 



Julia Henrietta, born at Loose Court on Friday, 7 October, bapt. at the parish church. Loose, 
I November 1870; marr. at St. Jude's, South Kensington, London (by the Rev. George Castleden, 
uncle of the bride), on Thursday, 9 June 1898, the Rev. George Douglas Castleden (only son of 
the Rev. George Castleden, Rector of Dennington); born 12 March 1875; of Pembroke 
College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1894, B.A. 1897, M.A. 1901 ; Curate of 
the Cathedral and Abbey Church of St. Albans, co. Hertford, since 1900, and Chaplain of 
H.M. Prison at St. Albans. =|= 

52 



Charles Maxfield Hodsoll of- 
Loose, CO. Kent, formerly of 
Loose Court, and Lord of the 
Manor of Loose; born 15 
November 1843, bapt. at the 
parish church, Maidstone, 
CO. Kent, 17 April 1844. 



=Georgiana Mary, eldest dau. of George Kennet Pollock (eldest 
surviving son of Sir David Pollock, Chief Justice, Bombay, 
India), by Julia his wife, youngest dau. of Joseph Wood of 
Manadon Park, co. Devon ; born at Calverley Park, Tunbridge 
Wells, CO. Kent, on Saturday, 17 January, bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Tunbridge Wells, 13 March 1846 ; marr. at the parish church, 
Loose, on Tuesday, 12 October 1869. 



Georgiana Katharine, 
born at Loose Court 
on Saturday, 21 Oc- 
tober, bapt. at the 
parish church. Loose, 
IS November 1871. 



Charles Wilfred Pollock Hodsoll, born at 
Loose Court on Saturday, 29 November, 
bapt. at the parish church. Loose, 22 
December 1873 ; of University College, 
Oxford, matriculated 15 October 1892, 
aged 18, Exhibitioner 1892, graduated with 
honours (in classics) July 1896. 



George Bertram Pollock 
Hodsoll, born at Loose 
Court on Friday, 18 June, 
bapt. at the parish church. 
Loose, 20 July 1875 ; 
Lieutenant 4th Battalion 
The Suffolk Regiment 
(Militia). 



Harold Edward Pollock Hodsoll, 
born at Loose Court on Monday, 
30 April, bapt. at the parish church. 
Loose, 4 June 1877; 2nd Assistant 
Surveyor to the Admiralty. 



Laura Caroline Ethel, 
born at Loose Court on 
Sunday, 2 March, bapt. 
at the parish church. 
Loose, 24 April 1879. 



Arthur Maxfield Pollock Hodsoll, 
born at Loose Court on Saturday, 
18 December 1880, bapt. at the 
parish church. Loose, 16 February 
1881. 



{^Uuc^^d^M, M^^^^^^ 



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Cajlor of Jflanningtree, to. €000):. 



Thomas Taylor of Ipswich, co. Suffolk ;-. 
born at Ipswich in 1788 ; died, aged 
64, I November, bur. at Mistley, co. 
Essex, 5 November 1852. 




=Ann, dau. of William Tidyman 
of Ipswich ; born at Needham 
Market, co. Suffolk, in 1786; 
marr. 9 October 18 10; died, 
aged 88, 23 January, bur. at 
Mistley 29 January 1874. 



Elizabeth, born at Bank House, 
Manningtree, co. Essex, i August 
1 814, bapt. at Manningtree (by 
the Rev. James Salisbury Dunn) 

17 August 1841 ; marr. there 19 
March 1842, Anthony Simpson 
(3rd son of Ralph Simpson of 
Darlington, co. Durham) ; born 
5 March 1813; of St. Mary 
Hall, Oxford, matriculated 28 
May 1841, aged 28; died at 
Brixton, co. Surrey, 28 October, 
bur. at the parish church, 
Brixton, 2 November 1847. She 
died at Manningtree, aged 41, 

18 December, and was bur. in 
the cemetery at Manningtree 
24 December 1855. 

A 



I 
William Taylor of= 

Manningtree; born 

at Bank House, 

Manningtree, 16 

April 1816; died at 

Manningtree, aged 

55, I April, bur. in 

the cemetery at 

Manningtree 6 April 

187 1. Admon was 

granted at Ipswich 

24 April 187 1, to 

Susannah Taylor of 

Manningtree, co. 

Essex, the relict. 



=Susannah, dau. 
of Philip Pearce 
Trusson, by Sarah 
his wife, dau. of 
Philip Aldrich of 
Framlingham, co. 
Suffolk ; bom at 
Darsham, co. Suf- 
folk, 2 7 May, 
bapt. there 5 June 
1826 ; marr. at 
St. Peter's, Col- 
chester,co. Essex, 
13 April 1852. 



Martha, born at 
Bank House, Man- 
ningtree, 23 Jan- 
uary 1 82 1, bapt. at 
Manningtree (by 
the Rev. James 
Salisbury Dunn) 17 
August 1841 ; died 
unmarried at Dul- 
wich, CO. Surrey, 16 
September 1896. 



Sarah, born at Mistley 26 
January 1853. 



Philip Taylor, born at Mistley 
7 February 1854 ; died, aged 

2 years and 3 months, 6 May, 
bur. at Manningtree 10 May 
1856. _ 

Alfred Taylor, bom at Mistley 

3 March 1855; died, aged 11 
months, 13 Febmary, bur. at 
Marmingtree 18 February 
1856. 



Catherine Ann, born at Mistley 
2 May 1856; died 21 February 
1900. 

Matilda, bom at Mistley 30 
August 1857 ; died, aged 8|-, 
2 February, bur. at Manning- 
tree 9 February 1866. 



Harriett (twin with Caroline), 
born at Mistley 2 September 
1858; died, aged 7|, 6 Feb- 
ruary, bur. at Manningtree 
9 Febmary 1866. 



Caroline (twin with Harriett), 
bom at Mistley 2 Septem- 
ber, died, aged 7 weeks, 
2 2 October, bur. at Manning- 
tree 27 October 1858. 



Thomas Trusson Taylor, 
bom at Mistley i October 
1859- _ 

Elizabeth, bom at Mistley 
24 June, died 27 June, bur. 
at Manningtree 29 June 
1861. 



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I 

Charles Taylor of Manning- 
tree, CO. Essex ; bom at Bank 
House, Manningtree, 3 June 
1826, bapt. at Manningtree 
(by the Rev. James Salisbury 
Dunn) 9 January 1852. 



^Ellen, dau. of John Deane 
of Wix, CO. Essex, by 
Mary his wife, dau. of 
John Constable of Wix; 
born at Wix 15 February, 
bapt. there 23 February 
1823; marr. at St. James', 
Colchester, co. Essex, 26 
January 1852. 



Thomas Taylor, born at 
Bank House, Manningtree, 
5 July 1828; marr. Kate 
Sexton of Wherstead Hall, 
Ipswich, CO. Suffolk. He 
died s.p., aged 30, 9 Oc- 
tober, and was bur. in 
the cemetery at Ipswich 
15 October 1858. M.I. 



A son 

died 

young. 



Charles Walter Taylor of Mistley, co. Essex ,- 
born 27 December 1852, bapt. at Manningtree 
13 February 1853; died at 50 Kepple Road, 
East Ham, co. Essex, aged 47, 11 March, 
bur. in Woodgrange Cemetery, co. Essex, 
15 March 1900. Will dated 28 October 
1 89 1, proved at Ipswich 27 April 1900, by 
Charles Maurice Stanford, the sole Exor. 




=Frances, dau. of William 
Rees of Stepney, co. 
Middlesex, by Hannah 
Paddon his wife ; bom 
2 April, bapt. at St. 
Dunstan's, Stepney, co. 
Middlesex, 27 August 
1854; marr. at Napier, 
New Zealand, 28 July 
1879 ; died, aged 37, 
1 2 October, bur. in 
Woodgrange Cemetery 
14 October 1891. 



John Harry Taylor, 
born 25 July, bapt. 
at Manningtree (by 
the Rev. Henry 
John Dodsworth) 
23 September 1854; 
died 18 November 
following, and bur. 
in the cemetery at 
Manningtree. 



Charles Deane Taylor, bom Florence Ellen, born 20 Sydney Albert Taylor, bora 

25 December 1882, bapt. at November 1885, bapt. at the 26 October 1887, bapt. at the 

the parish church, Leyton, co. parish church, Leyton, 28 parish church, Leyton, 22 

Essex, 28 January 1883. February 1886. January 1S88. 



George Frederick Taylor, born 
II July, bapt. at Manningtree 
24 December 1862. 



William Tydeman Taylor, born 
12 December 1863, bapt. at 
Manningtree 10 March 1864. 



Ellen, born at Mistley 4 June 
1865; died, aged 8 months, 22 
January, bur. at Manningtree 
27 January 1866. 



Charlotte, born at Mistley 
24 December 1S66. 



Herbert Charles Taylor, bom 
at Mistley 27 December 186S. 



Jane, born at Mistley i May 
1870; died 16 August 187 1, 
and bur. in the cemetery at 
Ipswich. 



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Ellen Agnes, born at 
Bank House, Man- 
ningtree, co. Esse'x, 
1 1 January, bapt. 
there privately (by 
the Rev. William 
Peile Babington) 4 
February 1856 (bap- 
tism registered at 
Manningtree). 



Mary, born at Bank House, Manningtree, 
8 April, bapt. there privately (by the Rev. 
William Peile Babington) 20 April 1857 
(baptism registered at Manningtree) ; marr. 
at Mistley, co. Essex, 23 June 1885, 
Christopher George Battiscombe (son of 
the Rev. Henry Battiscombe, Minister of 
St. German's Chapel, Blackheath, co. Kent, 
by Eliza Susan Crickmer his wife) ; bom at 
18 Lee Park, Blackheath, 31 January 1857. 

I 



Deane Taylor, bom 
8 September 1858, 
bapt. at Manningtree 
(by the Rev. William 
Peile Babington) 20 
February 1859; died, 
aged 23 weeks, 20 Feb- 
ruary, bur. in the 
cemetery at Manningtree 
23 February 1859. 



Anna Elizabeth, born at 
Bank House, Manning- 
tree, 10 February, bapt. 
at Manningtree (by the 
Rev. William Peile 
Babington) i April 
i860 ; marr. at Mistley 
I July 1 89 1, Robert 
Henry Lingwood (son 
of Henry Lingwood of 
Needham Market, co. 
Suffolk, by his wife, 
Elizabeth Anne Roberts 
of Alderton, co. Suffolk); 
born at Needham Market 
on Christmas Day, 25 
December 1861. 



I 



Louisa Blanche, born at Bank House, Manningtree, 5 July, bapt. 
at Manningtree (by the Rev. William Peile Babington) 25 August 
1861 ; marr. at Mistley (by the Rev. Leighton George Hayne, 
D.Mus.) I December 188 1, Charles Maurice Stanford of Braiswick 
House, Colchester, co. 
Essex (4th son of 
Frederick Stanford of 
Houbridge Hall, Great 
Oakley, co. Essex, by 
Anna Sophia his wife, 
2nd dau. of Edwards 
Crisp of Rendlesham, 
CO. Suffolk) ; bom at 
Houbridge Hall, Great Oakley, 28 February, bapt. at Great Oakley 
26 March 1846. =f 

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{See Pedigree of Stanford, Vol. g, page gj.) 





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ABERCROMBY. 

Arms on record in i)ie College of Arms. — Argent, a fesse embattled gules, 
and in chief, issuing out of the embattlements of the fesse, a 
dexter arm embowed in armour proper, garnished or, the 
cubit part of the arm encircled by a wreath of laurel, and the 
hand grasping a French Republican military flag in bend 
sinister ; ancient arms, argent, a chevron indented gules, 
between three boars' heads erased azure. 

Crest. — A bee erect proper. 

Supporters. — Two greyhounds per fesse, argent and or, each plain 
collared with line reflexed over the back gules, and charged on 
the shoulder with a thistle proper. 



abercrombj). 



George Abercromby, Baron Abercromby (eldest son of the Rt.= 
Hon''"' Major-General Sir Ralph Abercromby of Tullibody, co. 
Clackmannan, K.B., P.C., M.P. [Commander-in-Chief against the 
French, was mortally wounded at the battle of Alexandria March 1801, 
monument in St. Paul's Cathedral, London, by grant of the House of 
Commons], by Mary Anne his wife, 2nd dau. and coheir of John 
Menzies of Fernton, co. Perth, who was created Baroness Abercromby 
of Aboukir and of Tullibody, co. Clackmannan, in recognition of her 
husband's services, 28 May 1801); born at Tullibody 17 October 1770; 
Advocate 5 July 1794, M.P. for Edinburgh 1805-6, and for co. 
Clackmannan 1806-7 and 181 2 until Escheator of Munster 1815 ; 
succeeded his mother as 2nd Baron 11 Ftibruary 1821; died 
14 February 1843, ^"d '^'J''- i" Tullibody Church. Will 
dated 16 December 1841, proved (P.C.C., 225, 43) 19 April 1843, 
by the Rt. Hon''''= George Ralph, Lord Abercromby, the son, the 
sole Exor. 



=Hon'''' Montagu, 3rd 
dau. of Henry, ist 
Viscount Melville, by 
Elizabeth his 1st wife, 
dau. of Uavid Rennie 
of Melville Castle, 
Lasswade, Edinburgh ; 
born 29 April 1772 ; 
marr. at Edinburgh 
25 January 1799; 
died 10 March 1837, 
and bur. in Tullibody 
Church. 



Colonel George Ralph Abercromby, Baron Abercromby= 
of Aboukir and of Tullibody ; born at Edinburgh 
30 May 1800; Major 3rd Dragoon Guards 22 June 
1826 to 21 November 1828; M.P. for Clackmannan 
and Kinross 13 July 1824 to 2 June 1826 and 10 
August 1830 to 23 April 1831, for co. Stirling 30 April 
1838 to 23 June 1841, and again for Clackmannan 
and Kinross 6 July 1841 to 18 February 1842; Lord 
Lieutenant and Sheriff-Principal of co. Clackmannan 
1843 until his death ; succeeded his father as 3rd Baron 
14 February 1843; died at Airthrey Castle, Stirling, 
25 June 1852, and bur. in Tullibody Church. 
Will dated 23 July 1844, proved (P.C.C., 679, 52) 
23 September 1852, by the Rt. Hon''''= James Aber- 
cromby, Baron Dumferline, one of the Exors. Power 
reserved to the Rt. Hon'''' Louisa Penuel Forbes, 
otherwise Abercromby, Baroness Abercromby, the 
relict, the Rt. Hon'''^ Fo.x Maule, Baron Panmure, the 
Rt. Hon'''* Robert Saunders Dundas, commonly 
called Viscount Melville, the Hon"' Ralph Aber- 
cromby, the Hon'''= Henry Dundas and Henry Dundas, 
the other Exors. 



=Louisa Penuel, 3rd dau. of John Hay 
Forbes of Medwyn, co. Peebles, Lord 
Medwyn, a Senator of the College 
of Justice, by Louisa his wife, dau. 
of Sir Alexander Penrose Gordon- 
Cumming of Altyre and Gordons- 
town, CO. Elgin, I St Bart. ; marr. at 
17 Ainslie Place, Edinburgh, 3 April 
1832; died at her house, 21 Chapel 
Street, Belgrave Square, London, on 
Thursday, 20 April 1882, and bur. in 
Tullibody Church. Will dated 24 
November 1875, proved (Prin. Reg., 
521, 82) 17 July 1882, by Elizabeth 
Forbes of 4 Shandwick Place, Edin- 
burgh, in North Britain, spinster, 
the sister, and the Hon'''^ John 
Abercromby and the Hon'''= Ralph 
Abercromby, both of 21 Chapel Street, 
Belgrave Square, co. Middlesex, the 
sons, the Exors. 



Montagu, born 1 1 August 1835, ^^id bapt. at the parish church, Denny,co. Stirling; marr. at Stirling 

29 April 1S56, George Frederick, Earl of Glasgow (4th son of George, 4th Earl of Glasgow, 
by Julia his 2nd wife, dau. of the Rt. Hon'''^ Sir John Sinclair of Ulbster, co. Caithness, P.C., 
I St Bart.); born 9 October 1825; of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 31 May 1844, aged 18, 
B.A. 1847, MA. 1852 ; M.P. for co. Bute February to July 1865 ; Principal Keeper of the 
Signet; Founder of Cumbrae Cathedral; D.L. for the counties of Renfrew and Fife; succeeded 
his brother James as 6th Earl 11 March 1869 ; Lord Clerk Register of Scotland 1879 until his 
death ; died at 32 Palmerston Place, Edinburgh, aged 64, 23 April, bur. at Cumbrae 

30 April 1890. =j= 



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Montagu, born 25 May 1807; marr. 4 August 1836, 
the Rt. Hon''''= Fox Maule- Ramsay, afterwards 
Baron Panmure of Brechin and Navar, co. Forfar, and 
Earl of Dalhousie (eldest son of William, ist Lord 
Panmure, by Patricia Heron his ist wife, dau. of Gilbert 
Gordon of Halleaths, co. Dumfries) ; born at Brechin 
Castle, CO. Forfar, 22 April 1801; educated at Charterhouse; 
an Officer in the 79th Highlanders; M.P. for co. Perth 
1835-37, Edinburgh 1838-41, and again for co. Perth 
1841-52 ; Under Secretary of Home Department 1835-41, 
Vice-President of Board of Trade June to September 1841, 
Secretary of State for War 1846-52 and 1855-58, being 
President of Board of Control for a few weeks in February 
1852; P.C. 1841; Lord Rector of the University of Glasgow 
1842, Lord Lieutenant of co. Forfar 1849, Privy Seal 1853; 
succeeded his father as 2nd Baron 13 April 1852, and his 
cousin, James Andrew, as i ithEarlof Dalhousie 19 December 
i860; K.T. 1853, G.C.B. 1855; took the additional name 
of Ramsay after that of Maule in 185 1 ; died s.p. at Brechin 
Castle, aged 73, 6 July, bur. at Panbride 14 July 1874. 
Confirmation of the Commissariot of Forfar dated 4 No- 
vember 1874, of Major Thomas Young of Linchiden, co. 
Dumfries, and George Dalhousie Ramsay of the War Office, 
the nephews, and the Hon''''^ Arthur Kinnaird, Thomas 
Brodie, Writer to the Signet, Edinburgh, and John Shiell 
of Dundee, as Exors nominate of the Rt. Hon'''^ Fox Maule- 
Ramsay, Earl of Dalhousie, Baron Panmure of Brechin and 
Navar. Sealed 12 November 1874. She died at Pitfour 
Castle, CO. Perth, 1 1 November, and was bur. at Panbride 
19 November 1853. =r= 

A 



Mary Anne, born 7 December 
181 1 ; marr. at St. James', Picca- 
dilly, London (by the Rev. John 
Vane), on Monday, 13 July 
1857, Colonel Nicholas Robert 
Brown ; of the 34th Regiment 
of Foot ; died at 4 Cleveland 
Row, St. James', London, aged 
62, on Friday, 4 March, bur. in 
Kensal Green Cemetery, London, 
10 March 1870. Will dated 
27 February 1862, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 245, 70) 28 April 
1870, by the Hon'''<= Mary Anne 
Brown of 4 Cleveland Row, St. 
James' Street, co. Middlesex, 
the relict, the sole Executrix. 
She died at 36 James Street, 
Buckingham Gate, London, in 
her 87th year, on Saturday, 
24 September, bur. in Kensal 
Green Cemetery, London, on 
Wednesday, 28 September 
1898. Will dated 30 May 
1885, proved (Prin. Reg., 1094) 
98) II October 1898, by Henry 
George Swayne Williams, the 
surviving Exor. 



George Ralph Campbell Abercromby,= 
Baron Abercromby of Aboukir and of 
Tullibody, co. Clackmannan ; born at 
Leamington, co. Warwick, 23 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at the parish church, 
Leamington, 2 November 1838; J. P. 
and D.L. for the counties of Stirling 
and Clackmannan ; succeeded his 
father as 4th Baron 25 June 1852. 



=Lady Juliet Janet Georgina, V.A., only dau. of Adam, 
2nd Earl of Camperdown, by Juliana Cavendish his 
wife, eldest dau. of Sir George Richard Philips of 
Weston, CO. Warwick, Bart., M.P. ; bom 24 January 
1840 ; marr. at Camperdown House, co. Forfar, 
6 October 1858; one of the Ladies of the Bedchamber- 
in-Ordinary to H.M. Queen Victoria, and Member 
of the Royal Order of Victoria and Albert (3rd-class). 



John Abercromby of= 
62 Palmerston Place, 
Edinburgh ; born 15 
January 1841; educated 
at Harrow ; formerly 
Lieutenant Rifle Brigade 
and Captain Highland 
Borderers Militia. 



=Adele Wilhelmine Marika, 
his cousin, dau. of Chevalier 
Charles von Heidenstam, 
Chamberlain to the King of 
Sweden ; marr. at Athens, 
Greece, 26 August 1876; 
marriage dissolved at his suit 
by Court of Session 1879. 



Ralph Abercromby, born 11 February 
1842; Lieutenant 60th Rifles; Member 
of the Royal Meteorological Society; 
died at Sydney, New South Wales, 
aged 54, on Monday, 21 June 1897, and 
bur. there. Confirmation of the Hon'''= 
John Abercromby, the Hon''''= Thomas 
Cochrane and John Houblon Forbes. 
Sealed in London 20 October 1897. 



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ilarloto of acomb, to. ^orti, anli of 
Wlartoortf), to, iBiort{)uml)erlanli. 

Arms. — Sable, two bars ermine, on a chief indented per pale, or 

and argent, an eagle displayed of the first. 
Crtst. — A mercury's cap or, wings argent, thereon an eagle's 

head erased proper, gorged with a collar ermine. 
Motto. — Hie posuisse gaudet. 



Rev. George Francis Barlow (younger son of Francis Barlow of= 
Mitcham, co. Surrey, Deputy Clerk of the Crown in the Court of 
King's Bench, by Alethea his wife, dau. of Henry Masterman of 
Settrington, co. York); of Oriel College, Oxford, matriculated 21 April 
1785, aged 16, B.A. 1789, M.A. 1791 ; Curate of Lower Tooting, co. 
Surrey, Vicar of Edwardstone, co. Suffolk, 17 October 1800; he was 
lyresented to the Rectory of .Sotterley, co. Suffolk, by Miles Bame of 
Sotlerley 7 February 1805, and. to that of Burgh, co. Suffolk, by the 
lame Patron 27 August 1814; died at Burgh, in his 82nd year, 
24 March, bur. there 30 March 1850. Will dated 30 July 1847, 
proved (P.C.C, 340, 50) 23 May 1850, by Francis Barlow Robinson 
and Edmund Barlow, the son, the surviving Exors. 



l\/^ Ci^\.^4^^ 



=Harriet, dau. of John 
Mount of Wasing Place, 
CO. Berks, High Sheriff 
1770, by Christian Hyett 
his 2nd wife ; born 
16 February, bapt. at 
Wasing 15 March 1780; 
marr. at Lower Tooting 
21 May 1798 (marriage 
settlements dated on or 
about 20 May 1798); 
died, in her 70th year, 
on Sunday, 23 Septem- 
ber, bur. at Burgh 28 
September 1849. 



Francis Barlow, born 26 January 1799;= 
of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1821, 
M.A. 1824; a Student of the Middle 
Temple 20 June 1820, called to the Bar 
there 11 November 1825, admitted a 
Barrister of Lincoln's Inn, ad eundetn, 
9 January 1837 ; Master and Commis- 
sioner in Lunacy 1842-79, Hon. 
Commissioner in Lunacy 1879, Deputy 
High Steward of Cambridge University 
1856, Secretary of Presentations to Lord 
Lyndhurst (Lord Chancellor 1841-42) ; 
died at 48 Montagu Square, London, 
aged 88, on Tuesday, i February, bur. in 
Highgate Cemetery, London, 4 February 
1887. Will dated 31 March 18S3, with 
two codicils dated respectively 28 March 
1885 and 7 April 1886, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 188, 87) 7 March 1887, by the 
Rev. John Mount Barlow of Ewhurst, 
CO. Surrey, the brother, and Eustace 
Hepburn Barlow of 40 Devonshire 
Street, Portland Place, co. Middlesex, 
the nephew, the Exors. 




/^ -tS^,y(!^z<Z-^ 



~~y 



=Laura Sarah, youngest 
dau. of William Mount 
of Wasing Place, by 
Jane his wife, dau. of 
William Page of Poyn- 
ters, CO. Surrey; born 
at Wasing 19 August 
1802, bapt. privately 
the same day (baptism 
registered at Wasing) ; 
marr. at the parish 
church, Marylebone, 
London (by the Rev. 
Richard Durnford), 
on Saturday, 7 June 
1828 ; died suddenly 
at Lewes Crescent, 
Brighton, co. Sussex, 
aged 64, on Thurs- 
day, 18 April, bur. 
in Highgate Ceme- 
tery, London, 2 5 April 
1867. 



Harriet, bom 3 November 
1800; marr. at Burgh 25 June 
1835, Charles Francis Robin- 
son, Master of the Crown 
Office, King's Bench, of 3 
Chandos Street, Cavendish 
Square, London, and of 
Effingham, co. Surrey (son 
of Marmaduke Robinson of 
Malton, CO. York) ; died 
suddenly at 3 Chandos Street, 
Cavendish Square, London, 
aged 81, on Tuesday, 25 
March, bur. at Balcombe, co. 
Sussex, I April 1862. M.L 
Will dated i February i86o, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 301, 62) 
23 May 1862, by Francis 
Barlow Robinson of 26 Essex 
Street, Strand, co. Middlesex, 
gent., the brother, and Ed- 
mund Barlow of the same 
place, gent., two of the Exors. 
She died s.p. suddenly at 
Balcombe, aged 51, on Sun- 
day, 12 June, and was bur. 
there 19 June 1852. M.L 



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Caroline, born 19 
March 1802; died 
in infancy. 



William Francis 
Barlow, born 15 
November 1803; 
Lieutenant and 
Adjutant 23rd 
Native Infantry ; 
died at Assur- 
burgh, Bombay, 
India, 3 August 
1827. 



George Barne Barlow, born at Sotterley,= 
CO. Suffolk, 2 September 1805; Assistant 
Master of the Crown Office, King's Bench ; 
died at Queen Anne Street, Cavendish 
Square, London, aged 41, on Sunday, 
9 May, bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London, 15 May 1847. Will dated 10 
July 1846, proved (P.C.C, 456, 47) 
2 June 1847, by Edmund Barlow and the 
Rev. John Mount Barlow, the brothers, 
the Exors. 




^i.^:^&^>^ 



=Frances Charlotte, youngest dau. 
of John Gervaise-Maude of Great 
George Street, Westminster, by 
Henrietta Hartwell his wife ; 
born 4 November 1814 ; marr. at 
St. Margaret's, Westminster (by the 
Rev. Philip Strong, Rector of St. 
Michael's, Myland, co. Essex), on 
Thursday, 19 March 1846; died at 
55 Beaumont Street, Marylebone, 
London, aged 77, on Tuesday, 19 
January, bur. in Kensal Green 
Cemetery, London, 23 January 
1892. Will dated 12 June 1891, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 103, 92) 15 
February 1892, by George Barlow, 
the son, the sole Exor. 



George Barlow of 28 New Cavendish Street,= 
Portland Place, London ; born in Great George 
Street, Westminster, on Saturday, 19 June, bapt. 
at St. Margaret's, Westminster, 6 August 1847; 
of Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 29 May 
1866, aged 18. 



=Louisa (Violet), dau. of Joseph Fryer, by 
Hannah his wife, dau. of George Mortimer ; 
born 4 January 1853; marr. by licence at 
St. Matthew's, Bayswater, London (by the 
Rev. John Green), on Wednesday, 2 October 
1872. 



Francis Mount Barlow,= 
born 14 October 1829 ; 
of Trinity Hall, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1852, M.A. 
1855 ; died s.p. at 
2 Lewes Crescent, 
Brighton, co. Sussex, 
aged 47, on Easter Day, 
I April, bur. in Highgate 
Cemetery, London, 7 
April 1877. Adfnonwas 
granted at the Principal 
Registry 3 July 1877, 
to Francis Barlow of 
48 Montagu Square, 
CO. Middlesex, the father 
and next of kin. 



=Lady Harriet Eliza Danvers (patent of precedence granted in 1866), 
youngest dau. of Lord Charles Augustus Butler, Captain in the Hon''''= 
East India Co.'s Service, Madras, by Letitia Rudyerd Ross his wife, 
youngest dau. of Colonel John William Freese of the Madras 
Artillery; born 3 November 1847; marr. at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London (by the Bishop of Chichester), on Wednesday, 
12 July 1876; marr. 2ndly at St. Mary's, Bryanston Square, London 
(by the Hon''''^ and Rev. Canon Leigh, assisted by the Rev. Sir Charles 
Clarke, Bart.), on Thursday, 7 January 1886, Charles Harrison (3rd 
son of Frederick Harrison of Sutton Place, Guildford, co. Surrey, by 
Jane his wife, dau. of Alexander Price of Belfast) ; born i August 
1835; educated at King's College, London, and privately; admitted 
Solicitor 1858; F.S.A., F.R.G.S. ; Member of London County 
Council (Bethnal Green Division), Vice-Chairman 1892-95 ; M.P. 
for Plymouth 15 July 1895-97 ; died suddenly at 29 Lennox Gardens, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, aged 62, on Friday, 24 December 1897. 



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Edmund Barlow of Hasketon, co. Suffolk, and of= 
Sigsworth, co. York; born 5 September 1807, bapt. 
the same day (baptism registered at Sotterley, co. 
Suffolk) ; died at his residence, 36 Rutland Gate, 
Knightsbridge, London, aged 71, on Saturday, 
9 August, bur. in the churchyard at Lee, co. Kent, 
15 August 1879. Will dated 8 May 1879, with 
codicil dated 8 August 1879, proved (Prin. Reg., 
757, 79) 3 September 1879, by the Rev. John Mount 
Barlow of Ewhurst, co. Surrey, the brother, and 
Douglass Round of 9 Old Square, Lincoln's Inn, co. 
Middlesex, Barrister-at-Law, the nephew, the Exors. 



^^;J5^,.V*^^l.-/.<^^-^^ 



=Henrietta, dau. of John Teesdale of 
Russell Square, London ; bom 18 
December 181 7; marr. at Harrogate, 
CO. York, 5 October 1841 ; died at 
36 Rutland Gate, Knightsbridge, London, 
aged 73, on Thursday, 2 April, bur. at 
Lee 8 April 1891. Will dated 6 April 
1887, with two codicils dated respectively 
20 February 1888, and 18 March 1891, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 475, 91) 29 May 
1 89 1, by Edmund Francis Masterman 
Barlow, the son, and Douglass Round, 
Barrister-at-Law, both of 36 Rutland Gate, 
CO. Middlesex, and Henry Paulson Bow- 
ling Trevanion of 26 Essex Street, co. 
Middlesex, the Exors. 



Laura Frederica, 
born at Eliot 
Place, Black- 
heath, CO. Kent, 
on Wednesday, 6 
Sept. 1848 ; died 
at 36 Rutland 
Gate, Knights- 
bridge, London, 
aged 15, on 
Thursday, 2 1 
April 1864, and 
bur. at Lee. 



Cecilia Katherine, born at Eliot Place, 
Blackheath, on Sunday, i September 1850; 
marr. 18 November 1875, her cousin, 
Douglass Round of Birch Cottage, Colchester, 
CO. Essex (3rd son of the Rev. James Thomas 
Round of "The Holly Trees," Colchester, by 
Louisa his wife, dau. of the Rev. George 
Barlow of Burgh, co. Suffolk); bom 29 March 
1846; of Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1869, M.A. 1873 ; a Student of Lincoln's Inn 
19 April 1869, called to the Bar 6 June 1872. 
She died at 36 Rutland Gate, Knightsbridge, 
London, aged 41, on Sunday, 31 January, 
and was bur. at Birch, co. Essex, 5 February 
1892. He marr. 2ndly at All Saints', 
Colchester (by the Rev. Bixby Gamham 
Luard and the Rev. Percy Luard, father and 
brother of the bride, and the Rev. George 
Gibson Brown, the Rector), on Monday, 
12 September 1898, Helen Lucy, 3rd dau. of 
the Rev. Bixby Garnhani Luard, Rector of 
Birch, by Clara Isabella Sandford his wife, 
dau. of the Rev. John Bramston, Vicar of 
Witham, co. Essex. 



Edmund Francis Masterman 
Barlow of Hasketon ; born 
at 36 Rutland Gate, Knights- 
bridge, London, on Tuesday, 
8 March 1859; of Exeter 
College, Oxford, matriculated 
15 October 1879, aged 20; 
died at his residence, Haske- 
ton, in his 44th year, on 
Friday, 19 December, bur. in 
the churchyard at Hasketon 
23 December 1902. Will 
dated 20 September 1900, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 35, 1903) 
10 February 1903, by Arthur 
Moss and Eustace Hepburn 
Barlow, the cousin, the Exors. 



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Louisa, born 21 August, bapt. at Sotterley, co. 
Suffolk, 17 September 1809; marr. at Burgh, co. 
Suffolk, 19 January 1836, the Rev. James Thomas 
Round of "The Holly Trees," Colchester, co. Essex 
(2nd son of Charles Round of Birch Hall, co. 
Essex, and of "The Holly Trees," Colchester, by 
Charlotte his wife, dau. of Joseph Green of 
Stratford, co. Essex, who was great-grandson of 
Jane Desborough, sister of Oliver Cromwell); born 
in the parish of St. James', Colchester, 14 July 
179S; educated at Felstead Grammar School 
1806-16, and at Balliol College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 13 December 18 1 6, aged 18, Scholar 1817-20, 
B.A. 1820, Fellow 1820-35, M.A. 1823, Tutor 
1824, Senior Dean 1825, Bursar 1827, Proctor 1829 
B.C. 1830 ; Rector of St. Runwald's, Colchester, 
1824-51, of St. Nicholas', Colchester, 1830-46, 
and of All Saints', Colchester, 1851 until his 
death ; Rural Dean of Colchester and Prebendary 
of St. Paul's Cathedral 1843 until his death ; Lord 
of the Manor and Patron of the living of Woodham 
Mortimer, co. Essex ; died at Hammersmith, co. 
Middlesex, aged 62, on Monday, 27 August, bur. 
in the churchyard at Birch 31 August i860. Will 
dated 18 December 1856, with codicil dated 
2 December 1859, proved at Ipswich 26 October 
i860, by Louisa Round of Colchester, co. Essex, 
the relict, and Charles Gray Round of Birch, co. 
Essex, the brother, the Exors. She died at "The 
Holly Trees," Colchester, aged 67, on Whit- 
Monday, 21 May, and was bur. in the churchyard 
at Birch 25 May 1877. =j= 



Rev. Henry Masterman= 
Barlow, born at Sotterley 
9 J uly 1 8 1 1 , bapt. the next 
day (baptism registered at 
Sotterley) ; of Wadham 
College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 18 March 1830, aged 
18, B.A. 24 April 1834; 
Minister of Christ Church, 
Norivich, 1841, Rector 
of Burgh 1850 until his 
death ; died at the Rec- 
tory, Burgh, aged 66, on 
Thursday, 20 July, bur. at 
Burgh 24 July 1876. Will 
dated 27 February 1875, 
proved at Ipswich 6 
September 1876, by 
Edmund Barlow of Has- 
keton, CO. Suffolk, the 
brother, and Manfred 
Biddell and Herman 
Bidden, both of Playford, 
CO. Suffolk, gents., the 
Exors. 



^Elizabeth, dau. 
of Jonas Briggs 
of Dunwich, 
CO. Suffolk, by 
Mary Hudson 
his wife ; born 
at Dunwich 5 
November,bapt. 
there 6 Decem- 
ber 181 1 ; marr. 
by licence at 
Sotterley 2 2 Jan- 
uary 1840; died 
1 1 December, 
bur. at Burgh 
17 December 
1866. 




Harriet, born at Metton, co. Norfolk, 19 May, bapt. there 20 June 1847; marr. at Burgh (by the 
Rev. Canon Edward James Moor, assisted by the Rev. Christopher Hodgson) on Wednesday, 
20 April 1870, Herman Biddell of Playford, co. Suffolk (youngest son of Arthur Biddell of 
The Hill House, Playford, by Jane his wife, dau. of Robert Ransome of Ipswich, co. Suffolk) ; 
born 16 June 1832, bapt. at Playford, aged 19, 18 April 1852. 



I 



(See Pedii:,ri'i' of Biddell, Vol. j, page gg. 



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Juliana, born at Burgh, co. 
Suffolk, 27 February, bapt. at 
Sotterley, co. Suffolk, 18 
March 1813; marr. at Burgh 
20 August 1840, Francis 
Barlow Robinson of Balcombe, 
CO. Sussex (son of Marmaduke 
Robinson of Malton,co. York); 
born 13 August 1796 ; died at 
Balcombe, aged 81, 2 March, 
bur. there 9 March 1878. 
M.I. Will dated 3 July 1877, 
with codicil dated 10 July 
1877, proved (Prin. Reg., 342, 
78) 3 April 1878, by Edmund 
Barlow and Henry Paulson 
Bowling, both of 26 Essex 
Street, Strand, co. Middlesex, 
two of the Exors. She died 
s.p. at Balcombe, aged 60, on 
Thursday, 30 January, and was 
bur. there 6 February 1873. 
M.I. 



Rev. John Mount Barlow,= 
born at Lowestoft, co. 
Suffolk, 7 December 1 8 14; 
of Worcester College, 
Oxford, matriculated 28 
June 1832, aged 17, 
B.A. 1836, M.A. 1840; 
Rector of Ewhurst, co. 
Surrey, for 47 years ; 
died at the Rectory, 
Ewhurst, aged 77, on 
Thursday, 24 November, 
bur. at Ewhurst 29 
November 1892. Will 
dated 21 May 1887, with 
codicildated29November 
1889, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1 152, 92) 27 December 
1892, by Algernon 
Barlow, Barrister-at-Law, 
and Lyonell Barlow, two 
of the Exors. 



^C- ^-i^ - ^c^^'-^-^^^^ 



=Charlotte Eliza, 
youngest dau. of 
JohnClutterbuck 
ofWarkworth,co. 
Northumberland, 
Major 65th Regi- 
ment, by Mary 
Anne his wife, 
youngest dau. of 
the Hon"'' Tho- 
mas Lyon of 
Hetton House, 
CO. Durham ; 
born at Wark- 
worth 6 June, 
bapt. there 2 1 
September 1830; 
marr. there (by 
the Rev. Henry 
George Liddell, 
Rector of Easing- 
ton, CO. Durham) 
on Thursday, 7 
December 1854. 



Richard Barlow, 
bom at Burgh 2 
September, bapt. 
there 28 Septem- 
ber 181 7 ; died, 
aged 20, 6 June, 
bur. at Burgh 
12 June 1838. 



I 
Algernon Barlow of Bossall Hall, York ;= 
born at Ewhurst 15 January, bapt. 
there 17 February 1856; educated at 
Winchester and at Trinity Hall, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1877 ; a Student of 
Lincoln's Inn 8 February 1876, called 
to the Bar 17 November 1879; Lord 
of the Manor and Patron of the living 
of Acomb, CO. York. 



=Essex Frances, eldest dau. of Major Alethea, born 
Robert Thompson of Walworth Hall, at Ewhurst 13 
CO. Durham, by Essex his wife, dau. January,bapt. 
of William Gray of East Bolton, co. there 8 Feb- 
Northumberland); bom at East Bolton ruary 1857. 
10 April 1864, bapt. pri%-ately the next 
day (baptism registered at East Bolton); 
marr. at Coniscliffe, co. Durham, on 
Wednesday, 17 May 1893. 



Essex Eleanor, born at 37 Brunswick 
Gardens, Kensington, London, on 
Sunday, 6 May, bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Kensington, 24 June 1894. 



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Eleanor, bom 29 March, bapt. at Burgh, CO. 
Suffolk, 14 April 1820; marr. there (by the 
Rev. Henry Masterman IJarlow) on Tuesday, 
27 May 1851, the Rev. John Montagu Randall 
(son of James Randall of Hampstead, co. 
Middlesex, by Emma his wife, dau. of the 
Rev. Jeremiah Joyce of Highgate, co. Middle- 
sex) ; born 9 August 18 19; Curate of 
St. Margaret's, Lowestoft, co. Suffolk, 1843-50, 
then for 44 years Vicar of Langham Bishops, co. 
Norfolk ; died at Lowestoft, aged 76, on 
Saturday, 2 February, bur. in the cemetery 
at Lowestoft 5 February 1895. Will dated 31 
January 1889, proved (Prin. Reg., 320, 95) 
11 March 1895, by Juliana Harriet Randall, 
spinster, the daughter, the sole Executrix. She 
died at Worthing, co. Sussex, aged 73, on Friday, 
15 December, and was bur. in the cemetery at 
Broadwater, co. Sussex, 18 December 1893. 



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Lieut.-Colonel Frederick= 
Barlow of " The Shrub- 
bery," Hasketon, co. 
Suffolk ; born at Burgh 
8 March, bapt. there 
13 April 1823; J.P. for 
CO. Suffolk; Hon. Major 
Suffolk Artillery Militia, 
formerly Lieut.-Colonel 
3rd Battalion Suffolk 
Rifle Volunteers ; died 
at Hasketon, aged 74, 
on Monday, 18 January, 
bur. there 21 January 
1897. 



'Cordelia, only dau. 
of the Rev. Thomas 
Maude of Burley 
Hall, CO. York, 
Rector of Haske- 
ton; born 26 Jan- 
uary 1836; marr. at 
Spennithorne, co. 
York (by the Rev. 
John Mount Barlow, 
Rector of Ewhurst, 
CO. Surrey, brother 
of the bridegroom), 
on Tuesday, 26 
September 1854. 



Eustace Hepburn Barlow of .Sybilla Harriet, born at Henrietta Rosamund, born 20 

Sigsworth, co. York; born at Hasketon 12 July, bapt. September 1862, bapt. at Hasketon 

the Parsonage, Hasketon, on there 7 November 1858. 11 January 1863. 

Sunday, 26 August, bapt. at — — 

Hasketon 4 November 1855; jyj^^y Cordelia, born at Mark Masterman Barlow, born 

educated at Westmmster ; J.P. Hasketon on Monday, 14 at Hasketon 9 June, bapt. there 

for the West Riding, co. York. M^y i860. 9 October 1864. 



Lyonell Barlow of= 
" Formosa," Mal- 
vern, CO. Worcester ; 
born at Ewhurst 
12 February, bapt. 
there 3 April 1859; 
educated at Hailey- 
bury and at Trinity 
Hall, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1881, LL.M. 
1895. 



'Sophia Sidney, dau. of 
Richard Chaloner Lindsey, 
Major Bengal Staff Corps, 
by Florence his wife, dau. 
of George Henry Pentland 
of Black Hall, Drogheda, 
CO. Louth ; born at Black 
Hall, Drogheda, on Mon- 
day, 13 April, bapt. at 
Termonfeckin, co. Louth, 
14 May 1868; marr. at 
Upton, CO. Worcester, 25 
April 1900. 



Harold Barlow,= 
born at Ewhurst 
24 October, bapt. 
there 23 No- 
vember i860 ; 
educated at Char- 
terhouse and at 
the Royal In- 
dian Engineering 
College, Cooper's 
Hill ; P.W.D., 
Bengal, India. 



=Millicent Alice, younger 
dau. of Frederick Barnes 
Peacock, C.S.I. , by 
Christine his wife, dau. 
of Frederick Christian 
Lewis ; born at Calcutta, 
India, 9 November 1873, 
and bapt. at the Fort, 
Calcutta ; marr. at the 
Cathedral, Calcutta, 7 
March 1896. 

{See Pedigree of Peacock, 
Vol. 10, page iig.) 



Florence Marion 
Rose, born at 
"Formosa," Mal- 
vern, on Wednes- 
day, 13 February, 
bapt. at the 
Priory Church, 
Malvern, 13 May 
1901. 



Violet Norah, 
born at " For- 
mosa,"Malvern, 
on Tuesday, 8 
April,bapt.atthe 
Priory Church, 
Malvern, 2 1 
May 1902. 



Montague Frede- 
rick Harold 
Barlow, born at 
Midnapore, Ben- 
gal, India, 25 
November 1896, 
and died there 
6 October 1897. 

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Lance Mount Bar- 
low (twin with 
Vernon Harold), 
bom at Cuttack, 
Bengal, 8 Novem- 
ber 1899, and 
bapt. there in 
February 1900. 



Vernon Harold 
Barlow (twin with 
Lance Mount), 
born at Cuttack, 
Bengal, 8 No- 
vember 1 899, and 
bapt. there in 
February 1900. 



Charles John Barlow= 
of Westbury House, 
Guildford, co. Surrey; 
bom at Ewhurst, 
CO. Surrey, 3 De- 
cember 1862, bapt. 
there 16 January 
1863 ; educated at 
Charterhouse. 



=Edith Mary, dau. of John Gates 
Collier of Godalming, co. Surrey, 
by Harriett his wife, dau. of 
Edward Browne Kirbell ; born at 
Godalming 8 March, bapt. there 
25 April 1869 ; marr. at St. 
Andrew's, Westminster, 7 June 
1900. 



George Thomas Barlow, bom at 
Ewhurst II March 1864, bapt. 
there 25 April 1865 ; P.W.D. 
North-West Provinces, India ; marr. 
at Almora, North-West Provinces, 
India, 7 September 1891, Amelia 
Sophia Anthony. 



T 



Harold Everard Barlow (twin 
with Eleanor Mary), born at 
Darjeeling, Bengal, India, 
12 May 1892. 



Eleanor Mary (twin with 
Harold Everard), born 
at Darjeeling, Bengal, 
12 May 1892. 



Laura, born at Ewhurst 8 October, bapt. there 4 November 
1866; marr. at the Priory Church, Malvern, co. Worcester, 
on Tuesday, 21 July 1896, Frederick Peacock of Holmbury, 
Alipur, Calcutta, India (only son of Frederick Barnes Peacock, 
C.S.I., by Christine his wife, dau. of Frederick Christian 
Lewis) ; born at Mentone, France, on Tuesday, 10 
December 1867; educated at Eton and at New College, 
Oxford, matriculated 18 January 1887, aged 19; 
Barrister-at-Law of the Inner Temple 1889. 

I 

{See Pedigree of Peacock, Vol. 10, page IIQ.) 



Francis John Barlow, born at 
Ewhurst 27 May, bapt. there 
12 July 1869. 



Marion, born at Ewhurst i April, 
bapt. there 28 May 1871. 



Charlotte, born at Dalton Hill, 
Albury, co. Surrey, i October, 
bapt. at Ewhurst 31 October 
1873- 



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68 




Hamilton. 



Arms on record at the Lyon Office. — 
Gules, a spur-rowel of six points or lietween 
three cinquefoils argent, all within a 
bordure engrailed erminois. 

Crest. — An oak tree issuing from a ducal 
coronet, having a saw across it, all proper, 
the last having the word "Through " upon 
the iron part of it as motto. 



John Hamilton (3rd son of= 
John Hamilton of Christchurch 
Priory, co. Hants, and of Rise- 
land, Tobago, West Indies, by 
Mary Susannah Anne his wife, 
dau. of William Wilson of 
Soonhope, co. Lanark, Writer to 
the Signet) ; born at Riseland, 
Tobago, 1 2 April, Ijajit. at the 
Protestant Church, Tobago, 16 
June 1782; educated at Eton 
and at Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge; died at Guildford Lawn, 
Dover, co. Kent, in his 77th 
year, on Tuesday, 1 1 January, 
bur. in the cemetery at Dover 
18 January 1859. M.L Will 
dated 31 October 1855, with 
codicil dated 30 April 1857, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 59, 59) 
2 February 1859, by the Rev. 
John Hamilton of Lynsted, 
near Sittingbourne, co. Kent, 
and Henry Rose Hamilton of 
8 Guildford Lawn, the sons, 
the Exors. 



Jl^ 



^Elizabeth Anna, eldest 
dau. of John Trayton 
Fuller of Ashdown 
House, CO. Sussex, by 
the Hon'''= Anne his 
wife, only dau. of Major- 
General Sir George 
Augustus ]';ii()tt, K.B., 
created Lord Hcathfield, 
Baron Hcathfield of 
(Jibraltar, 6 July 1787, 
A.D.C. to H.M. King 
George H.) ; born 4 July, 
bapt. at Heathfield, co. 
Sussex, 24 July 1780 
marr. at the parish 
church, Marylebone, 
London, 18 January 
1805 ; died, aged 59, 
29 August, bur. in a 
vault at the old church 
of St. James', Dover, 
4 September 1840. 

(^See Pedigree of Ftiller- 

Eliott-Drake, Vol. 10, 

page 2.) 



Rev. John Hamilton, born at Weyhill,= 
CO. Hants, 14 December 1806, bapt. 
there 12 April 1807 ; educated at 
Eton and at Brasenose College, Oxford, 
matriculated 11 October 1824, aged 17, 
B.A. 1828, M.A. 1832 ; Vicar of 
Lynsted 1837-39; died at Lynsted, in 
his 85th year, on Monday, 25 May, 
bur. there on Friday, 29 May 1891. 
Will dated i March 1890, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 742, 91) 14 July 1891, 
by John Hamilton of 93 Elm Park 
Gardens, co. Middlesex, and George 
Trayton Eliott Hamilton of Newton- 
next-Castleacre, co. Norfolk, the sons, 
two of the Exors. 



^<^U<t^ A^fi-y^^t^^^y^ 



=Augusta Harriet, 4th 
dau. of Sir Henry 
Hawley of Leybourne 
Grange, co. Kent, 
2nd Bart., by Cathe- 
rine Elizabeth his wife, 
eldest dau. of Sir John 
Gregory Shaw of Ken- 
ward, CO. Kent, Bart. ; 
born at Eltham, co. 
Kent, 20 April, bapt. 
there (by the Rev. 
John Kenward Shaw- 
Brooke, the Vicar), 
20 May 181 2 ; marr. 
at Frant, co. Kent 
(by the Rev. James 
Hawley), on Tuesday, 
6 August 1839. 



Henry Rose Hamilton, formerly 
of the Island of Tobago, West 
Indies ; born at Weyhill 7 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. there 6 March 
1808; educated at Eton; died 
suddenly at Sunningdale House, 
Silverhill, St. Leonard's-on-Sea, 
CO. Sussex, unmarried, aged 70, 
on Sunday, 7 April, bur. in 
the cemetery at Hastings, co. 
Sussex, 12 April 1878. Will 
dated 16 May 1873, with two 
codicils dated respectively 29 
May 1873 and 23 June 1874, 
proved at Lewes 24 May 1878, 
by the Rev. John Hamilton of 
Lynsted, co. Kent, the brother, 
and Euphemia Hamilton of 
Sunningdale, spinster, the sister, 
two of the Exors. 



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Susannah Anne, born at Weyhill, 
CO. Hants, 3 June, bapt. there 
30 June 1809; died unmarried at 
8 Guildford Lawn, Dover, co. 
Kent, aged 60, on Wednesday, 
3 November, bur. in the cemetery 
at Dover 9 November 1869. M.I. 
Will dated 10 November 1864, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 768, 69) 10 
December 1869, by the Rev. John 
Hamilton of Lynsted Vicarage, 
Sittingbourne, co. Kent, and Henry 
Rose Hamilton of Guildford Lawn, 
Dover, co. Kent, the brothers, 
the Exors. 



Eliza Euphemia, born at Weyhill 7 September, bapt. there 
4 December 181 1; marr. at Dover 27 July 1843, the 
Rev. Frederick Thornton Raikes (younger .son of Richard 
Mee Raikes of London, Governor of the Bank of England 
1833-34, by Jane his wife, dau. of Samuel Thornton) ; 
born 20 February 1819; sometime Captain in the 62nd 
Regiment ; Vicar of Milnthorpe, co. Westmoreland, i860. 
Vicar of Heversham, co. Westmoreland, and Chaplain of 
Milnthorpe Union. She died at Meerut, North-West 
Provinces, India, 15 March, and was bur. there 16 March 
1845. He marr. 2ndly at Durham, co. Kent, 29 January 
1849, Harriet, youngest dau. of James Hobbs of iLondon. 
He died, leaving issue, at Milnthorpe, aged 76, on 
Tuesday, 26 .March, and was bur. there 30 March 1895. 
Will dated 15 March 1881, proved at Carlisle 23 April 
189s, by William Stavert, the son-in-law, and Arthur 
Hamilton Raikes, the son, the Exors. 



Elizabeth Anna, born at Lynsted, co. Kent, 29 September, bapt. there 29 October 1841 ; marr. 
at St. George's, Hanover Square, London (by the Rev. Charles Hawley, Rector of Leybourne, 
CO. Kent, uncle of the bride, assisted by the Rev. Frederick Parr Phillips, Rector of Stoke 
d'Abernon, co. Surrey, brother-in-law of the bridegroom), on Tuesday, 20 September 1870, as 
his 2nd wife, Walter James McGrigor (younger son of Sir James McGrigor, ist Bart., 
K.C.B., F.R.S., Physician Extraordinary to H.M. Queen Victoria, and Fellow of the 
College of Physicians of London and Edinburgh, and Director-General of the Army Medical 
Department, by Mary his wife, youngest dau. of Duncan Grant of Lingeistone, co. Moray) ; 
born at Camden Hill, Kensington, London, 18 March 181 7; of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1840, M.A. 1843; a Student of Lincoln's Inn 29 April 1840, called to the Bar 4 May 
1843 ; Hon. Major 2nd Battalion Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders. He marr. istly at 
All Soul's, Langham Place, London (by the Rev. Henry Neave, the Rector, cousin of the bride, 
assisted by the Rev. Frederick Parr Phillips), on Wednesday, 29 August 1849, J^Iaria Anne, 
eldest dau. of Vice-Admiral Joseph Digby, R.N., by Ann his wife, 2nd dau. of Josias 
Jackson, M.P. for Southampton, and grand-daughter of the Hon'''^ and Very Rev. 
William Digby, D.D., Dean of Durham. She died, leaving issue, at 53 Upper Seymour 
Street, Portman Square, London, aged 23, on Thursday, 25 September, and was bur. in 
Kensal Green Cemetery, London, 30 September 1851. He died at 3 Upper George Street, 
Bryanston Square, London, aged 74, on Sunday, 7 June, and was bur. in Kensal Green 
Cemetery, London, 12 June i8gi. Will dated 2 July 1879, proved (Prin. Reg., 766, 91) 
29 July 1 89 1, by Elizabeth Anna McGrigor of 3 Upper George Street, Bryanston Square, 
CO. Middlesex, the relict, the sole Executrix. Elizabeth Anna McGrigor marr. 2ndly at the 
British Consulate, Rotterdam, and afterwards at SS. John and Philip's, The Hague (by the Rev. 
Isaac Herbert Ratford), on Wednesday, 20 August 1902, Randolph Richards Luscombe (son of 
Commissary-General Thomas Popham Luscombe of Killester, co. Dublin, by Catherine his wife, 
eldest dau. of William Robinson, Governor of the Bank of England) ; formerly Captain 4th 
Dragoon Guards. F^lizabeth Anna Luscombe died at Durward House, Kensington Court, 
London, on Saturday, 14 November, and was bur. in the Luscombe family vault in Mount 
Jerome Cemetery, Harold's Cross, Dublin, on Thursday, 19 November 1903. 



70 



Euphemia, born at Winterborne-Herringstone, co. Dorset, 7 October, 
bapt. there 14 November 1812 ; died at Sunningdale, Silverhill, 
St. Leonard's-on-Sca, co. Sussex, in her 78th year, on Thursday, 

16 January, bur. in the cemetery at Hastings, co. Sussex, 22 January 
1890. M.I. \Vill dated i December 1884, proved at Lewes 

17 February 1890, by the Rev. John Hamilton of Lynsted Vicarage, 
CO. Kent, the brother, John Hamilton, the younger, of 93 Elm 
Park Gardens, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, the nephew, Mary Grace 
Woodruffe (wife of Charles Sheldon Pearce Woodruffe) of Old 
Roar, Silverhill, St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. Sussex, the niece, and 
Octavius Roper Tyler of Eastbourne, co. Sussex, the Exors. 



James Hamilton, bom 
at Wintcrborne-Herring- 
stone 30 December 18 13, 
bajjt. there 31 January 
1814; Lieutenant R.N. ; 
died unmarried at Dover, 
CO. Kent, aged 28, 25 
December, bur. in St. 
James' Church, Dover, 
30 December 1842. 



Augusta Christina, 
born at Lynsted 22 
September, bapt. 
there 1 9 October 
1843 ; marr. at 
Lynsted 29 Septem- 
ber 1869, William 
Gordon Trevor (son 
of Colonel Samuel 
Smith Trevor, by 
Frances his wife, 
dau. of the Rev. 
James Randolph, 
Curate-in-Charge of 
Lyme Regis, co. 
Dorset, and of 
Bagborough, co. 
Somerset) ; born in 
Burmah 2 1 January 
1835; Captain 80th 
Regiment and of 
the Bombay Staff 
Corps ; died at 
Cumballa Hotel, 
Bombay, India, on 
AVednesday, 8 Oc- 
tober, bur. in the 
cemetery at Bombay 
9 October 1884. 
She died at Matha- 
ran, India, aged 27, 
on Monday, 24 
April, and was bur. 
there 25 April 187 1. 
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Cordelia Eleanor, born at Lynsted 
10 December 1845, bapt. there 
27 January 1846; marr. at Lyn- 
sted (by the Rev. Harris Jervoise 
Bigg-Wither, Rector of Worting, 
CO. Hants) on Thursday, 25 Oc- 
tober 1877, Robert Evans 
Montgomery of Tunbridge Wells, 
CO. Kent (3rd son of Andrew 
Castle Montgomery, Resident 
Magistrate, Ballymena,co. Antrim, 
by Helen Nagle Hill his wife, 
dau. of Henderson Boyle of 
Durnafland, Derry, Captain iSth 
Hussars) ; bom at Bray, co. 
Wicklow, I December 1845 ; 
entered the Royal Marine Light 
Infantry as 2nd Lieutenant 24 
June 1863, Lieutenant 4 January 
1867, Captain 6 January 1879, 
Major 22 September 1884 (retired 
10 March 1890); Lieutenant of 
" Charybdis " during operations 
in the Lingie and Lukat Rivers, 
against Malays, in the Straits of 
Malacca, 1874 (Perak medal 
and clasp) ; served with the 
Royal Marine Battalion at the 
defence of Suakin, during the 
operations in the Eastern Soudan 
1884-85 (Egyptian medal and 
Khedive's bronze star). 

I 



Mary Grace, born at Lynsted 7 July, 
bapt. there 10 August 1847 ; marr. at 
Lynsted (by the Rev. Harris Jervoise 
Bigg-Wither, Rector of Worting on 
Thursday, 3 December 1874, Captain 
Charles Sheldon Pearce Woodruffe, 
R.N., of Old Roar, Silverhill, St. 
Leonard's-on-Sea (son of Daniel 
Woodruffe, Lieutenant R.N., by Maria 
his wife, dau. of Charles Hewitt of 
Mancetter, co. Warwick, and widow 
of - Adcock) ; born at West Brom- 
wich, CO. Stafford, 12 May 1839, bapt. 
at Christ Church, West Bromwich, 
12 May 1846 ; entered the Royal 
Navy June 1853, Sub-Lieutenant 31 
December 1859, Lieutenant 2 No- 
vember i860. Commander 17 February 
1874, retired as Captain 13 May 1887; 
served in boats of "Agamemnon" in 
landing troops in the Crimea ; present 
at the bombardment of Sebastopol and 
under fire at Balaclava ; several times 
under fire in boats whilst reconnoitring; 
in " Royal Albert " at captures of Kin- 
burn and Kertch (Crimean and Turkish 
medals, Sebastopol clasp) ; served in 
boats of " Magicienne " on several expe- 
ditions against pirates 1858, in the China 
seas ; present with the landing party at 
the storming of the Peiho forts June 
1859; served in boats of " Imperieuse " 
in the Peiho River i860 (China medal). 



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71 



George Thomas Hamilton, born 
I March 1815; Lieutenant, In- 
terpreter and Quartermaster 24th 
Bengal Native Infantry ; killed, 
unmarried, at Moodkee, India, 
18 December 1845. 



Margaret Louisa, born 9 October, bapt. at Wherwell, 
CO. Hants, 18 October 1818; marr. Florian Gliiber 
of Darmstadt, Germany, who died at Darmstadt 
2 June 1892. She died at Darmstadt 5 December 
1892, and was bur. there. 



Adela Louisa, born at Lynsted, co. 
Kent, 22 April, bapt. there 22 May 
1849 > niarr. at St. James', Picca- 
dilly, London (by the Rev. George 
William Waller Minns), on Thurs- 
day, 14 May 1874, Octavius Roper 
Tyler of Spring Lodge, Cheltenham, 
CO. Gloucester (younger son of 
Colonel Charles Henry Tyler of Lyn- 
sted Lodge, Sittingbourne, co. Kent, 
D.L. for CO. Kent, and Lieut. -Colonel 
East Kent Militia, by Delilah Benwell 
his wife) ; born at Lynsted 2 1 May, 
bapt. there 19 August 1848. 



John Hamilton of= 
Sorbie, Broadwater 
Down, Tunbridge 
Wells ; bom at 
Lynsted 1 5 Octo- 
ber, bapt. there 17 
November 1850 ; 
educated at Marl- 
borough ; Fellow 
Royal Geographical 
Society. 



=Helen, 3rd dau. of General Charles 
Crutchley of Sunninghill Park, co. 
Berks, Colonel of the Royal Welsh 
Fusiliers, J. P., by Eliza Bayfield his 
wife, dau. of Captain John Harris, 
R.N., of Eldon House, London, 
Ontario, Canada ; bom at Clifton- 
ville, Belfast, co. Antrim, on 
Monday, 4 October 1858; marr. 
at Sunninghill (by the Rev. 
Beauchamp Kerr Pearse, Rector of 
Ascot, CO. Berks, assisted by the 
Rev. Lewis William Girardot, Curate 
of Sunninghill) on Tuesday, 24 July 
1883. 



John Hamilton, bom at 24 Upper Berkeley Street, 
Portman Square, London, on Thursday, 5 June, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Marylebone, London, 11 July 
1884; educated at Eton; appointed to the Transvaal 
Civil Service at Pretoria, South Africa. 



Julia Helen, bom at 93 Elm Park 
Gardens, Chelsea, London, on Mon- 
day, 4 January, bapt. at St. Luke's, 
Chelsea, 3 March 1886. 



Charles Eliott Hamilton, born at George Frederick Hamilton, Margaret Euphemia, born 



93 Elm Park Gardens, Chelsea, 
London, on Monday, 2 7 February, 
bapt. at St. Luke's, Chelsea, 11 
April 1888; educated at Harrow. 



bom at 93 Elm Park Gardens, 
Chelsea, London, on Sunday, 
30 March, bapt. at St. John's, 
Hollington, co. Sussex, 3 1 
May 1890. 



at 93 Elm Park Gardens, 
Chelsea, London, on 
Thursday, 4 June, bapt. at 
St. Luke's, Chelsea, 15 
July 1896. 



I 

George Trayton Eliott Hamilton,^ 
born at Lynsted, co. Kent, 
27 June, bapt. there 28 July 
1854 ; educated at Haileybury. 



=Anna, only dau. of William Money Farrer of Kempstone 
Lodge, CO. Norfolk, by Anna his wife, dau. of Herring 
Beck; born at Kempstone Lodge, and bapt. at Kempstone 
9 December 1855 ; marr. there (by the Rev. Augustus 
Wenman Langton, the Rector) on Saturday, 8 June 1878. 



Reginald George Eliott Hamilton (twin 
with Elinor Grace), born at Newton-by- 
Castleacre, co. Norfolk, on Monday, 21 
April, bapt. there 15 May 1879; bur. 
at Newton-by-Castleacre 27 August 1880. 



Elinor Grace (twin with 
Reginald George Eliott), 
born at Newton-by- 
Castleacre on Monday, 
21 April, bapt. there 
15 May 1879. 



Henry Francis Trayton 
Hamilton, born at Newton- 
by-Castleacre on Tuesday, 
14 March, bapt. there 16 
April 1882. 



Anna Christina, born at Newton-by-Castleacre 
on Thursday, 4 September, bapt. there 28 
September 1884. 



Archibald George Fuller Hamilton, born at 
Newton-by-Castleacre on Friday, 10 June, 
bapt. there 10 July 1887. 




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73 



Clara. 



Peter Clark of Earl's Terrace,= 
Kensington, and Mincing Lane, 
London (son of Peter Clark, by his 
wife, Magdalen Morell of Jersey ; 
born 21 September 1765; died 
at St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. 
Sussex, aged 77, 16 September, 
bur. at All Saints', Hastings, co. 
Sussex, 16 September 1842. 



=Mary Dodd, born 11 February 1768; marr. at St. Dunstan- 
in-the-East, London, 25 June 1791 ; died at Sandgate, co. 
Kent, in her 84th year, on Friday, 19 December, bur. 
at All Saints', Hasting.s, 24 December 1851. Will dated 
6 November 1842, with two codicils dated respectively 
9 August 1843 and 13 June 1851, proved (P.C.C., 
18, 52) 13 January 1852, by John Nas.sau Clark, Edward 
Clark and Henry Bingley Clark, the sons, the Exors. 



John Nassau Clark of Mincing Lane and= 
of 26 Tavistock Square, London ; born in 
London 7 February 1793; died at 26 
Tavistock Square, London, in his 64th year, 
on Tuesday, 3 February, bur. in Highgate 
Cemetery, London, 9 February 1857. Will 
dated 21 June 1850, proved (P.C.C, 181, 57) 
14 March 1857, by Edward Clark and Henry 
Bingley Clark, the brothers, two of the Exors. 
Power reserved to Frederick Le Gros Clark, 
the brother, the other Exor. 



=Louisa, eldest dau. of John Bridgman of 
London, by Sophia Halk his wife ; born 
3 October 1800; marr. in Paris on Thursday, 
5 July 1827 ; died at Rome, aged 67, on 
Tuesday, 4 February 1868, and bur. in the 
English Cemetery there. Will dated 14 
August 1865, proved (Prin. Reg., 249, 68) 
I April 1868, by Henry Bingley Clark of 
Merrow, co. Surrey, and Frederick Le Gros 
Clark of Lee, co. Kent, the Exors. 



Rev. Nassau Clark, born= 
at 17 Guildford Street, 
Russell Square, London, 
10 April, bapt. at St. Dun- 
stan-in-the-East, London, 
8 June 1835; of Magda- 
lene College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas 
Term, 1866, B.A. 187 1, 
M.A. 1874; Vicar of 
Yeadon, CO. York, 1879-86, 
and Rector of Sawtry, co. 
Huntingdon, since 1S87; 
formerly of the 89th Regi- 
ment and 4th Hussars ; 
died, aged 68, on Friday, 
3 July 1903. 



=Sophie, dau. 
of John Cun- 
ningham, by 
Sophia Bur- 
dett his wife ; 
born 6 Oc- 
tober 1843; 
married at 
St. George's, 
Bloomsbury, 
London, 19 
March 1864. 



Perceval Perceval-Clark,= 
born at 1 7 Guildford Street, 
Russell Square, London, 
22 August 1837, bapt. at .St. 
Dunstan-in-the-East, Lon- 
don, 23 January 1838; of 
Worcester College, Oxford, 
matriculated 27 February 
1856, aged 18, B.A. i860, 
M.A. 1868; of the Inner 
Temple i859;formerlyCap- 
tain 9th Lancers; assumed 
by Deed Poll registered 
in the Court of Chancery 
June 1885, the additional 
surname of Perceval before 
that of Clark. 



=Alice Margaret, 2nd 
daughter of William 
Richards of Ely Rise, 
Llandaff, co. Glamor- 
gan ; bom 2 1 March 
1843; marr. at Stoke 
Bishop, CO. Gloucester 
(by the Rev. David 
Wright, the Vicar, 
assisted by the Rev. 
William Richards Wat- 
son, Rector of St. 
Peter's, Saltfleetby, co. 
Lincoln, cousin of the 
bride), on Tuesday, 
6 December 1864. 



Evelyn Perceval, born 
at Ryde, Isle of Wight, 
on Monday, 16 July, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Boltons, West Bromp- 
ton, London, 4 No- 
vember 1866. 



Alice Margaret Perceval, born at 8 The Boltons, 
West Brompton, London, on Tuesday, 31 De- 
cember 1867, bapt. at St. Mary's, Boltons, West 
Brompton, i8 March 1868; marr. at Witley, 
CO. Surrey, 30 August 1898, Cyril Bowman of 
Longridge, Earl's Court, London (son of John 
Eddowes Bowman); born at 14 St. Mary 
Abbott's Terrace, Kensington, London, on 
Tuesday, 2 January 1849. 



Mildred Perceval, born 
at 7 Clarendon Road, 
Kensington, London, 
on Tuesday, 29 De- 
cember 1868. 



Louise Perceval, 
22 August 1870. 



born 



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Peter Clark, bor: 
at 40 Philpot Lane 
in the parish of St. 
Andrew Hubbard, 
London, 2 1 F^eb- 
ruary 1795 .; died 
at Leghorn, Italy, 
24 June 1855, and 
bur. in the EngH.sh 
Cemetery there. Will 
dated 1 7 Novem- 
ber 1854, proved 
(P.C.C, 591, 55) 
16 July T855, by 
Edward Clark and 
Henry Bingley 

Clark, the brothers, 
two of the Exors. 
Power reserved to 
Eliza Clark, the 
relict, the other 
Exor. 



ii=Eliza, dau. of Captain 
George Suter, R.N. ; 
born at Malta 1 3 May 
1805 ; marr. at Corfu, 
Greece, 2 1 March 
1829 ; died at Leg- 
horn, aged 85, on 
Easter Monday, 7 
April 1890, and bur. 
in the English Ceme- 
tery there. Will dated 
13 December 1887, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 
2 5> .,91) 9 January 
1 89 1, by William 
Thomas Samuel Rae 
of 21 Marlborough 
Road, St. John's 
Wood, CO. Middlesex, 
one of the Exors. 



Edward Clark of Sandgate, co. Kent ; born at 40 
Philpot Lane, in the parish of St. Andrew Hubbard, 
London, 22 September 1797; died at the residence 
of his brother, Henry Bingley Clark, at Merrow, 
CO. Surrey, on Thursday, 12 November 1863. Will 
dated 6 October i860, [jroved (Prin. Reg., 693, 
63) 10 December 1863, by Henry Bingley Clark 
of Merrow, near Guildford, co. Surrey, and the 
Rev. George Clark of Tenby, co. Pembroke, the 
brothers, the Exors. 

Mary Esther, born at 40 Philpot Lane, in the 
parish of St. Andrew Hubbard, London, 15 May 
1801 ; died at 39 Piccadilly, London, aged 80, on 
Tuesday, 15 November, bur. in Brompton Ceme- 
tery, London, 19 November 1881. Will dated 
5 January 1877, with two codicils dated respectively 
18 March 1878 and 28 September 1878, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 16, 82) 4 January 1882, by Gerard 
Collingwood Clark of 9 Clarendon Road, Ken- 
sington, CO. Middlesex, and Alfred Ashley Clark 
of 17 St. Swithin's Lane, in the City of London, 
the nephews, the Exors. 



George Dodd Clark, born at Corfu Edward Nassau Clark, born at Amy Henrietta Mary, 

15 February 1830 ; died at Zante, Zante 6 November 1831 ; died born at Zante 30 April 

Greece, 30 January 1849, and at Calcutta, India, 13 November 1834. 

bur. there. i860, and bur. there. 



Louisa Maria, born 17 October 1840, bapt. at St. Dunstan-in-the-East, London, 20 February 
1841 ; marr. at St. Mary's, West Brompton, London (by the Ven''''= George Clark, Archdeacon 
of St. David's, uncle of the bride, assisted by the Rev. James Palmer Nash), on Wednesday, 
7 October 1868, Norcliffe Gilpin of Palewell Lodge, East Sheen, co. Surrey (eldest son of Henry 
Gilpin); born 14 February 1840; formerly Captain 84th Regiment of Foot. She died at 
Chislehurst, co. Kent, 27 April, and was bur. at the Church of the Annunciation, Chislehurst, 
30 April 1900. M.I. at St. Bartholomew's, Brighton, co. Sussex. AdiSon (with will dated 
25 April 1900) was granted (Prin. Reg., 753, 1900) 25 May 1900, to Norcliffe Gilpin, late a 
Captain in H.M. 84th Regiment, the lawful husband. =j= 

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Muriel Perceval, born at 9 Cottesmore Gardens, Kensington, 
London, 21 July 1874; marr. at St. Michael and All Angels', 
Bedford Park, Chiswick, co. Middlesex (by the father of the bride- 
groom, assisted by the Rev. Reginald Thomas Heygate and the 
Rev. Alfred Wilson, the Vicar), on Tuesday, 18 October 1898, the 
Rev. John Michael Stanhope Walker (4th son of the Rev. Joseph 
Walker, Rector of Averham, co. Nottingham); born at the Rectory, 
Averham, on Saturday, 6 May, bapt. at St. Michael's, Averham, 
25 June 187 1 ; educated at Repton School and at Brasenose 
College, Oxford, matriculated 15 October 1890, aged 19, B.A. 1892, 
M.A. 1893 ; Curate of Honley, co. York, 1895-98, Milnsbridge, 
CO. York, 1 898- 1 900, and of Chapel Allerton, co. York, since 1900. 



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Perceval Perceval-Clark, 
born at 9 Queen Anne's 
Gardens, Bedford Park, 
CO. Middlesex, on Friday, 
25 November 1881 ; 
2nd Lieutenant 4th Bat- 
talion The East Surrey 
Regiment (Militia) 28 
February 1902. 



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Isabella March, born at 40 Philpot Lane, in the 
parish of St. Andrew Hubbard, London, 3 January 
1803 ; marr. at St. Dunstan-in-the-East, London, 
28 January 1835, 'he Rev. Gerard Edwards Smith 
(6th son of Henry Smith of Caniberwell, co. 
Surrey); born 28 January 1804; of St. John's 
College, Oxford, matriculated i July 1822, aged 18, 
B.A. 1829, Vicar of St. Peter-the-less, Chichester, 
CO. Sussex, 1835-36, Rector of North Marden, co. 
Sussex, 1836-43 ; Vicar of Cantley, co. York, 
1844-46, Perpetual Curate at Ashton Hayes, co. 
Chester, 1 849-5 3, and Vicar of Osmaston, co. Derby, 
1854-70; died at Ockbrook, co. Derby, aged 77, on 
Wednesday, 2 1 December, bur. there 2 7 December 
1881. Will dated 30 September 1881, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 66, 82) 28 January 1882, by Gerard 
Collingwood Clark of Market Buildings, 26 Mark 
Lane, in the City of London, one of the Exors. 
She died at Hillside, Ockbrook, aged 72, on 
Thursday, 25 February, and was bur there 
2 March 1875. Will dated 30 April 1842, proved 
at Derby 9 April 1875, by the Rev. Gerard Edwards 
Smith of Ockbrook, co. Derby, the sole Exor. 
Probate granted under certain limitations. 



Henry Bingley Clark,= 
born at 39 Mincing 
Lane, London, 5 April 
1808; died at Merrow, 
CO. Surrey, aged 63, 
on Monday, i May, 
bur. there 5 May 
187 1. Will dated 3 
May 1866, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 385, 71) 
3 June 187 1, by Julia 
Clark of Merrow, co. 
Surrey, the relict, the 
sole Executrix. 



=Julia, eldest dau. of 
Thomas Staveley 
of Earl's Terrace, 
Kensington, Lon- 
don ; bom 7 June 
1823 ; marr. at St. 
Mary Abbott's, Ken- 
sington, London 
(by the Rev. George 
Clark), on Thurs- 
day, 29 August 
1844 ; died at 
Merrow, aged 76, 
and bur. there 30 
March 1900. 



Elizabeth Ann, born at 39 Mincing Lane, London, 
21 April 1804 ; died at Earl's Terrace, Kensington, 
London, aged 47, and bur. in Brompton Cemetery, 
London, 22 May 1851. 



Louisa Suter, bom at Zante, Greece, 12 February 
1836; marr. at Florence, Italy, 19 November 
1856, the Rev. Henry John Huntington (son 
of Charles Huntington) ; born at Hull, 
CO. York, I August 1821 ; of Christ's College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1846 ; Consular Chaplain at 
Leghorn, Italy, afterwards at Marseilles, South 
of France, and at Malaga, Spain ; died suddenly 
at Malaga, aged 67, on Wednesday, 13 July, bur. 
there 15 July 1887. Will dated 12 July 1887, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 858, 87) 26 October 1887, 
by Henry Edward Huntington of Wellington 
College, Wokingham, co. Berks, the son, the 
sole Exor. =j= 

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Ellen Elizabeth, bom 
at Earl's Terrace, Ken- 
sington, London, 1 1 
January 1838 ; died at 
Leghorn, 24 June 1855. 



Frederick Henry Clark, 
born at Zante 4 June 
1839; died at Zante 
3 October 1S44, and 
bur. there. 



Frederica Henrietta 
Anne, born at Zante 
18 July 1844. 



Frances Leonard 
Clark, born at Zante 
20 February 1846. 



Ven'''= George Clark, born at 39 Mincing Lane, London,: 
8 July 1809; of University College, Oxford, matriculated 

29 June 1827, aged 17, Bennett Scholar, B.A. 1831 
(2nd-class Lit. Hum), M.A. 1834; Vicar of Cantley, co. 
York, 1845-54, Prebendary of Hereford 12 December 
1848 until his death. Rector of Tenby, co. Pembroke, 
1854-66, Archdeacon of St. David's 1864 ; died at 
the Rectory, Lampeter Velfrey, co. Pembroke, in his 
66th year, on Friday, 1 1 December, bur. at Robeston 
Wathen, co. Pembroke, 16 December 1874. Will dated 

30 January 1872, proved (Prin. Reg., 14, 75) 9 January 
iSySi by Anna EHza Frances Clark of Robeston Wathen, 
CO. Pembroke, the relict, the sole Executrix. 



=j=Anna Eliza Frances, dau. of the 
Rev. John Raven Senior of Iron 
Acton, CO. Gloucestei;; born 27 
May 1 808 ; marr. at St. Mary 
Abbott's, Kensington, London, 
I August 1837; died at Robeston 
Wathen, aged 88, on Wednesday, 
16 December 1896, and bur. 
there. Will dated 20 June 1888, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 257, 97) 
31 March 1897, by Anna Duke 
Clark, spinster, the daughter, one 
of the Executrixes. 



Emily Adelaide, born 
at Alton, CO. Hants, 
26 June, bapt. there 
I August 1838 ; marr. 
at Tenby (by the 
father of the bride) 
on Tuesday, 3 August 
1858, William Hastings 
Hughes, 4th son of 
the Rev. John Hughes 
of The Priory, Don- 
nington, co. Berks, 
and of The Boltons, 
West Brompton, Lon- 
don. She died at 
Puerto de Santa Maria, 
Spain, 10 January 1864, 
and was bur. at Cadiz, 
Spain. 



Mary Senior, 
born at Alton 
2 2 November 
1839, bapt. 
there 6 March 
1840. 

Anna Duke, 
born at High 
Street, Has- 
tings, CO. Sus- 
sex, 4 January 
1843. 



Colonel Gerard Colling-= 
wood Clark, born at 
the Parsonage, Cantley, 
6 November, bapt. at 
Cantley 2 1 December 
1845 ; of University 
College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 28 January 1865, 
aged 19, B.A. 1869 
(2nd-class Law and 
Modern History), M.A. 
1873; of Lincoln's Inn 
1867 ; Lieut. -Colonel 
Commanding (Hon. 
Colonel) I St Volunteer 
Battalion Royal Fusiliers 
(City of London Regi- 
ment) 1883-96. 



=Harriet Delamain, 3rd dau. 
of the Rev. Peter Thomas 
Ouvry of East Acton, co. 
Middlesex, formerly Vicar 
of Wing, CO. Buckingham, 
by Jane his ist wife, dau. 
of Sir George Nicholls, 
K. C. B., of Hyde Park Street, 
London {see Pedigree of 
Nichulh, Vol. 2, page 4g) ; 
bom at the Vicarage, Wing, 
at 10 a.m., on Saturday, 
10 January, bapt. there 15 
February 1852 ; marr. at 
Wing (by her father), on 
Thursday, 24 May 1883. 

(See Pedigree of Ouvry, 
Vol. 3, page 167.) 



Peter Senior Clark, Mary Francisca, born at 9 Hester Anita, born Aimde Harriet, born 

born at Ford Place, Clarendon Road, Kensington, at 9 Cottesmore at i Hyde Park 

Grays, co. Essex, London, on Wednesday, 5 May Gardens, Kensing- Street, London, on 

on Wednesday, 10 1886; died at 9 Cottesmore ton, London, on Wednesday, 29 May 

September 1884; Gardens, Kensington, London, Thursday, 8 Sep- 18S9. 

died 27 July 1885. aged 2 years and 11 months, tember 1887. 
on Monday, 15 April 1889. 



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Harriet Ann,= 
dau. of Henry 
Willmer of 
Down Place, 
Harting, co. 
Sussex, and 
of "The Fish- 
eries," Wind- 
sor, CO. Berks ; 
born at loi 
High Street, 
Marylebone, 
London, 6 
August 1818; 
marr. at Stoke 
Poges, CO. 
Buckingham, 
1 5 September 
1841; died on 
Saturday, 29 
June 1850. 
I St wife. 



=Frederick Le Gros Clark of= 
"The Thorns," Sevenoaks, 
CO. Kent; born at 39 Mincing 
Lane, London, 7 February 
1811; Consulting Surgeon 
at St. Thomas' Hospital, 
London, formerly President 
of the Royal College of 
Surgeons, F. R.S. ; died at 
"The Thorns," Sevenoaks, i n 
his 82 nd year, on Tuesday, 
19 July, bur. at Riverhead, 
CO. Kent, 23 July 1892. 
Will dated 25 July 1887, 
with codicil dated 4 August 
1887, proved (Prin. Reg., 
824, 92) i6 August 1892, 
by Frederick Willmer Clark, 
gent., and Alfred Ashley 
Clark, the ESors. 



=Harriet, dau. of John= 
Brewer of Swanscombe, 
and of The Grove, Lee, 
both CO. Kent ; bom 
at 10 Saville Row, 
Walworth, co. Surrey, 
5 April 1832 ; marr. at 
the parish church, 
Swanscombe (by the 
Rev. Ralph Raisbeck 
Tatham, Vicar of Dal- 
lington, CO. Sussex) on 
Thursday, i May 1856; 
died, aged 24, on Thurs- 
day, 5 March, bur. at 
St. Margaret's, Lee, 10 
March 1857. 2nd wife. 



=Henrietta, younger dau. 
of Henry Andrew Drum- 
inond of Tenby, co. 
Pembroke, Captain in 
the Hon^i^ East India 
Co.'s Service, by Maria 
his wife, dau. of Captain 
William James Tur- 
quand, R.N. ; born i 
June 1826 ; marr. at 
Tenby (by the Rev. 
George Clark, the Rector, 
brother of the bride- 
groom) on Tuesday, 15 
June 1858; died 9 June 
1903, and bur. at River- 
head. 3rd wife. 




Herbert Brewer Clark, bom at 
Linden House, Lee, on Wednes- 
day, 18 February, bapt. at St. 
Margaret's, Lee, 21 April 1857; 
died, aged 3^ years, on Saturday, 
4 August, bur. at St. Margaret's, 
Lee, 8 August i85o. 



Frederick Willmer Clark,= 
born at 27 Finsbury Place, 
London, on Saturday, 19 
December 1846, and bapt. 
at Highgate,co. Middlesex; 
educated at Blackheath 
Proprietary School. 



=Helen Christine, 3rd dau. of FVancis Crawshay of Bradboum Hall, 
Sevenoaks, co. Kent, and of 14 Eccleston Square, Belgravia, 
London, by Laura his wife, dau. of Richard Crawshay of Ottershaw 
Park, CO. Surrey ; born i November 1851; marr. at Riverhead, co. 
Kent (by the Rev. James McGibbon Burn-Murdoch, the Vicar), 
on Wednesday, 23 April 1873. 



Annie Christine, born at 
"Rosecroft,"St. Mary Cray, 
CO. Kent, on Friday, 24 
April, bapt. at St. Mary 
Cray 24 May 1874. 



Helen Mabel Sophonisba, 
born at St. Mary Cray 24 
December 1876, bapt. there 
21 January 1877. 



Charles Nevill Clark, born at Brasted, 
CO. Kent, 14 October 1886, and bapt. 
there; died at Brasted 22 January, 
bur. there 26 January 1889. 



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Mary Edith, born at Linden House, 
Lee, CO. Kent, on Wednesday, 9 No- 
vember 1859, bapt. at St. Margaret's, 
Lee, 7 January i860. 



Henry Drummond Clark, born at Linden House, Lee, 
on Friday, 20 December 1861, bapt. at St. Margaret's, 
Lee, 14 February 1862; died on Thursday, i June, bur. 
at St. Margaret's, Lee, 5 June 1865. 



Alfred Ashley Clark= 
of Linden Cottage, 
Sevenoaks, co. Kent ; 
born at 24 Spring 
Gardens, London, on 
Friday, 27 October 
1848 ; educated at 
Haileybury. 



=Kate, 2nd dau. of Andrew Swanzy of "The 
Quarry," Sevenoaks, F.R.G.S., by Emma his 
wife, youngest dau. of William Jones of 
Peckham Rye, co. Surrey ; born at 5 Glebe 
Terrace, Lee, on Tuesday, 31 July, bapt. 
at St. Margaret's, Lee, 12 September 1855 ; 
marr. at Riverhead, co. Kent (by the Rev. 
Thomas Biddall Swanzy, assisted by the 
Rev. James McGibbon Burn-Murdoch, the 
Vicar), on Wednesday, 9 September 1874. 

(See Pedigree of Swanzy, " Visitation of 
Ireland," Vol. 4, page ij.) 



I 
Walter Constable Clark 
born at 24 Spring Gar- 
dens, London, on Friday, 
21 June 1850; died, 
aged loi years, on 
Christmas Day, Tuesday, 
25 December, bur. at 
St. Margaret's, Lee, 28 
December i860. 



Andrew Le Gros Clark, Willmer Le Gros Clark,=Ethel Mary Dora, younger dau. of Charles 
born at Bromley, co. born at Linden Cottage, Young of Sevenoaks ; born 7 October 
Kent, on Friday, 12 May Sevenoaks, on Saturday, 1871 ; marr. at St. John's, Dunton Green, 
1876, and bapt. at 29 Decemberi877,bapt. co. Kent (by the Rev. Percy Frederick 
Riverhead. at St. John's, Sevenoaks, Young, brother of the bride), on Wednesday, 

10 February 1878. 2 April 1902. 



Ethel Kate Le Gros, born at Linden Cottage, Sevenoaks, on Saturday, 
31 July, bapt. at St. John's, Sevenoaks, 15 August 1880; marr. at 
Riverhead (by the Rev. Canon James McGibbon Burn-Murdoch), on 
Tuesday, 16 April 1901, Ernest Augustus Young (3rd son of Charles 
Young of " The Thorns," Sevenoaks) ; born at Laleham House, 
Isleworth, co. Middlesex, on Monday, 29 September 1873. 



Mildred Le Gros, born 
at Linden Cottage, 
Sevenoaks, on Friday, 
2 May, bapt. at St. 
John's, Sevenoaks, 29 
June 1884. 



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Rev. Edward Travers Clark,= 
born at Linden House, Lee, 
CO. Kent, on Tuesday, 26 Jan- 
uary, bapt. at St. Margaret's, 
Lee, 13 April 1864; of Trinity 
Hall, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1882, B.A. 
1887, M.A. 1891 ; Vicar of St. 
Thomas', Southwark, co. Surrey, 
1896-98, Curate-in-Charge of St. 
Aldate's, Gloucester, 1 898-1 902, 
Chaplain to Worshipful Com- 
pany of Salters', and Diocesan 
Missioner of the Diocese of 
Gloucester; Vicar of Newnham- 
on-Severn, co. Gloucester, since 
July 1902, Surrogate for the 
diocese of Gloucester 1902. 



-Kjhj&widj \JucxJ\^-(n\ 



=Ethel May, eldest dau. of Edward Clapton of Towercroft, 

Lee, and of St. Thomas' 

Street, Southwark, by 

Mary his wife, eldest 

dau. of John Churchill 

of Oakfield, Wimbledon 

Park, CO. Surrey, J. P. ; 

born at i Torrington 

Villas, Lee, on Thursday, 4 August, bapt. there privately 

20 August 1864, and received into the church at Holy 

Trinity, Lee, 30 March 1867 ; marr. there (by the Rev. 

Benjamin Walter Bucke, the Vicar, assisted by the Rev. 

Edward Louis Churchill Clapton, Vicar of St. Michael's, 

Wandsworth Common, co. Surrey, brother of the bride, 

and the Rev. Josias Grant Mills, Hospitaller of St. Thomas' 

Hospital, London) on Tuesday, 10 November 1891. 

{See Pedigree of Clapton, Vol. 10, page 10.) 



Frederick LeGros Clark, 
born at Ivy House, 
Chislet, CO. Kent, on 
Saturday, 3 September, 
bapt. at St. John's, 
Marshside, Chislet, 9 
October 1892. 



Cyril Drummond Le Gros 
Clark, born at Clyde 
Street, South Kensington, 
London, on Sunday, 20 
May, bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Onslow Square, London, 
18 June 1894. 



Wilfrid Edward Le 
Gros Clark, bom 
at Alexandra Road, 
Hemel Hempstead, 
CO. Hertford, 5 June, 
bapt. at Boxmoor, 
CO. Hertford, 10 
July 1895. 



Edith Elsie Le Gros, 
born at Alexandra 
Road, Hemel Hemp- 
stead, 1 8 February, 
bapt.at Holy Trinity, 
Lee, 24 May 1897. 




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Anns on record in the College of Anns. — 
Ermine, a lion rampant azure, within a 
bordure of the last, charged with eight 
mullets, or. 

Creit. — A lion rampant azure, resting the 
sinister fore-paw upon an antique shield or, 
charged with a spear-head proper, and the 
dexter hind paw upon a mullet, also or. 

Motto. — j4£quo animo. 



Rev. Inigo William Jones= 
of Chobham Place, in 
the parish of Chobham, 
CO. Surrey, formerly of 
'rurnham Green, co. 
Middlesex, and of Oakley 
Hall, Marsham, co. Berks 
(youngest and only sur- 
viving son of Henry 
Jones of Bloomsbury 
Square, London, Con- 
veyancer, by Harriet his 
wife, dau. of Alderman 
Nathaniel Thomas of 
Ratton Lodge, co. Sus- 
sex) ; Fellow Commoner 
of Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1803; died 
at Chobham Hall, aged 
29, 30 October, bur. in 
a vault at St. Stephen's, 
Walbrook, London, 8 
November 1809. Will 
dated 8 February 1806, 
proved (P.C.C., ^TjO Love- 
day) 23 November 1809, 
by Margaret Elizabeth 
Jones, the relict, the 
Executrix. 



=Margaret Elizabeth, only dau. 
of Lieut.-General Henry Rich- 
mond Gale of Bardsea Hall, 
in the parish of Urswick, co. 
Lancaster ; born at Urswick 
3 October, bapt. there 15 Oc- 
tober 1786; marr. at Urswick 
19 November 1804; marr. 
2ndly, General Francis New- 
bery, Colonel 3rd Dragoon 
Guards, who died s.p. at 
Wiesbaden, Nassau, aged 70, 
9 November 1848. She died 
at Earl's Terrace, Kensington, 
London, aged 73, 12 Decem- 
ber, and was bur. in Kensal 
Green Cemetery, London, 
17 December 1859. Adiiion 
was granted at the Principal 
Registry g January i860, to 
Inigo William Jones of Kelston 
Park, CO. Somerset, and Henry 
Richmond Jones of Calder- 
stones within Allerton, co. 
Lancaster, Lieut. -Colonel of 
Her Majesty's 6th Regiment 
of Dragoon Guards, or Cara- 
bineers, and a Colonel in Her 
Majesty's Army, C.B., the 
only children. 



Lieut. -Colonel Inigo William Jones of Kelston Park,= 
CO. Somerset, formerly of Ludford House, Ludlow, 
CO. Salop ; born at Gower Street, London, 25 April, 
bapt. at St. Gilesin-the-Fields, London, 21 May i8o6; 
of Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1830, JiLA. 
1836 ; Lieut. -Colonel 1st Battalion Somersetshire 
Volunteers, formerly Major nth Hussars; J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Somerset, High Sheriff 1868; died at 
Nice, F"rance, in his 73rd year, on Saturday, 5 October, 
bur. at Kelston 14 October 1878. Will dated 11 June 
1856, with six codicils dated respectively 8 October 
1845, 17 November 1857, 17 November 1857, 25 
January 1859, 26 April 1872, and 25 January 1878, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 875, 78) 4 November 1878, by 
Henry Richmond Jones of 45 Clarendon Square, 
Leamington, co. Warwick, C.B., a General in Her 
Majesty's Army, Colonel of Her Majesty's 6th Dragoon 
Guards, or Carabineers, the brother, the surviving E.\or. 



=Ann Maria, dau. of Joseph Neeld 
of Grittleton, co. Wilts, M.P. for' 
Chippenham ; marr. at St. Mary's, 
Bryanston Square, London (by the 
Rev. Thomas Wyld, Rector of North 
Wraxall, co. Wilts), on Wednesday, 
14 August 1844 ; died at Kelston 
Park on Friday, 30 August, bur. at 
Kelston 3 September 1889. Will 
dated 15 October 1881, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 837, 89) 28 October 1889, by 
Inigo Richmund Jones of 10 South 
Audley Street, co. Middlesex, a Lieut. - 
Colonel in Her Majesty's Scots Guards, 
the son, the sole Exor. 



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General Henry Richmond Jones, C.B., born in Hereford Street, Mayfair,= 
London, 25 August, bapt. at St. (leorge's, Hanover Square, London, 
16 October 1807; entered the Army as Cornet in 1825, a Lieutenant 
the following year, Captain 1830, Major 1850, Lieut. -Colonel 1851, 
Colonel 1854; commanded the 6th Dragoon Guards (Carabineers) in 
the Crimea, and was present at the battle of the Tchernaya and the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol ; served in the Indian Campaign, commanding 
General Penny's Column in the action of the Kirkrowlie, and commanded 
a brigade of cavalry at the capture of Barcilly, for which service he was 
nominated a C.B. in 1858, afterwards commanded the left column with 
Lord Clyde's force in the attack on Benhi Madho's force at Dunderkera, 
and subsequently the cavalry with Lord Clyde's force in the Trans-Gogra 
Campaign, including the affairs uf Magedia, Chundal and Bankee, taking 
part in the pursuit of the rebels to the Raptee ; Major-General 1865, 
Lieut.-General 1873, General 1877 ; appointed Colonel of the 14th 
Hussars in 1869, and of the 6th Dragoon Guards in 1873 ; died at the 
Royal York Hotel, Brighton, co. Sussex, aged 73, on Sunday, 3 October, 
bur. at Kelston, co. Somerset, 8 October 1880. Will dated 23 June 1880, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 872, 80) 12 November 1880, by Liigo Richmund 
Jones of 10 South Audley Street, co. Middlesex, a Captain in Her 
Majesty's Scots Guards and a Lieut.-Colonel in the Army, the nephew, 
and Henry Walker of Perdiswell House, co. Worcester, the Exors. 



=Harriet Elizabeth, 2nd 
dau. of Joseph Need 
Walker of Calderstone, 
CO. Lancaster, by 
Kaiherine his wife, 
dau. of Samuel Parker 
of .Scots Hnuse, 
CO. Northumberland ; 
marr. at Childwall co. 
Lancaster (by the 
Rev. Joseph Walker), 
on Thursday, 28 Oc- 
tober 1852. 



Caroline Harriet Margaret, born at Hounslow, co. Middlesex, on Tuesday, 15 August, bapt. 
at Childwall 25 October 1854; marr. at the parish church, Leamington, co. Warwick 
(by the Hon''''= and Rev. James Wentworth Leigh, assisted by the Rev. Joseph Walker, 
uncle of the bride), on Thursday, 22 July 1880, Robert Oswald Milne, only son of William 
Henry Milne of " Woodville," Leamington. 



Mabel Margaret, born at Coventry, co. Warwick, on Sunday, 1 1 October, bapt. at St. Michael's, 
Coventry, 17 December 1846. 



Gladys Agnes Margaret Inigo, 
born at Kelston Park on Sun- 
day, 4 May, bapt. at Kelston 
30 May 1879; died, aged 18, 
on Wednesday, 16 June, bur. 
at Kelston 19 June 1897. 



Eva Adela Mabel Liigo, 
born at 10 South Audley 
Street, London, on Mon- 
day, I January, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Bourdon Street, 
Berkeley Square, London, 
7 March 1883. 



AUix Doreen Inigo, born at 10 
South Audley Street, London, 
on Sunday, 22 February, bapt. 
privately 26 March, and received 
into the church at St. Mary's, 
Bourdon Street, l!erkeley Square, 
London, 13 April 1885. 



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Alice Charlotte Matilda, only= 
dau. of the Rev. Jonathan 
Dawson of Rollesby Hall, 
CO. Norfolk, by Alice his 
wife, dau. of the Rev. George 
Pearse; marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London 
(by the Rev. Joseph John 
Gurney, Rector of St. John 
de Sepulchre, Norwich), 14 
January 1878 ; died, aged 34, 
on Thursday, 26 March, bur. 
at Kelston, co. Somerset, 
31 March 1885. ist wife. 



=Major-General Inigo Richmund Jones=f=Elinor Margaret, elder 
of Kelston Park, co. Somerset, C.B. ; dau. of the Hon'''' 



born at Worton Hall, near Isleworth, 
CO. Middlesex, on Saturday, 23 Septem- 
ber, bapt. at Isleworth 14 November 
1848; entered the Scots Guards as 
Ensign 18 December 1866, Captain 
4 February 1871, Lieut.-Colonel 15 
March 1879, Regimental Major i July 
1886, Colonel I July 1890; served 
in the Soudan Expedition 1885, at 
Suakim (medal with clasp and bronze 
star), also on the Staff in the South 
African War 1 899-1 goo, Commanding 
Guards Brigade since 10 April 1900, 
appointed to command the Scots 
Guards Regiment and Regimental 
District 1903; J. P. for co. Somerset. 



Richard Charteris of 
Cahir Lodge, co. Tip- 
perary, D.L. (2nd .son 
of Francis, 9th Earl of 
Wemyss), by Lady Mar- 
garet his wife, dau. and 
heiress of Richard, last 
Earl of Glengall ; born 
at Lower Grosvenor 
Street, London, i Sep- 
tember 1859; marr. at 
St. Mark's, North Audley 
Street, London (by the 
Rev. Joseph Watson 
Ayre, the Vicar), on 
Thursday, 12 July 1888. 
2nd wife. 



Maud Evelyn Liigo, born at 10 South 
Audley Street, London, on Thursday, 18 
April, bapt. at St. Mark's, North Audley 
Street, 18 May 1889. 



Henry Richmund Liigo Jones, born at 10 
South Audley Street, London, on Thursday, 
17 December 1891, bapt. at St. Mark's, North 
Audley Street, 20 January 1892. 



Alice Josephine, born at Lampion Hall, 
near Hounslow, co. Middlesex, on 
Wednesday, 8 May, bapt. at Isleworth 
II June 1S50. 



Christopher Neeld Jones (twin with Ralph 
William); born at Nottingham on Saturday, 
2 August, bapt. privately 31 August, and 
received into the church at Lenton, co. 
Nottingham, 24 December 1851 ; Captain 
94th Regiment (Connaught Rangers) ; 
volunteered for service with the Royal 
Irish Regiment, and was killed at the 
Battle of Tel-el-Kebir 13 September 1882. 



Ralph William Jones (twin with Christopher 
Neeld) ; born at Nottingham on Saturday, 
2 August, bapt. privately 31 August, and received 
into the church at Lenton 24 December 1851. 



Agnes Ann, born at Montpellier Hill, Dublin, 
on Wednesday, 20 October, bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Dublin, II December 1S52 ; died at Cannes, 
France, on Tuesday, 7 March, bur. there 10 
March 1882. 



Ida, born at Ludford, co. Salop, on Wednesday, 
8 February, bapt. there 26 March 1854. 



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Miniattire Portrait of John Steedman of Walworth, 
CO. Szirrey ; baptised at Barnes, co. Sttrrey, ji July 
ijS6 ; died // November 1846; in the possessioji of 
his grandson, Fi'ederick Arthur Crisp. 



Leah, daughter of John Steedman, and Elizabeth Martha, daughter 

wife of Albinus Roberts of St. Albans, of John Steedman, bom 

CO. Hertford, born 27 February 1817, 8 May l8i8, died unmarried 
died 10 April 1847. 5 March 1899. 



Emma, daughter of John Steedman, 
bom 20 June 1825, died unmarried 
12 December 1854. 



Mary, daughter of John Steedman, and Sarah, daughter of John Steedman, and 

wife of Robert Stephen Faulconer of wife of Frederick Augustus Crisp of 

Clapham Park, co. Surrey, born 31 Playford, co. Suffolk, born 24 April 1S22, 
January 1820, died 30 January 1903. died 15 August 1881. 



^teetiman. 



Thomas Steedman of Barnes, co. Surrey (eldest son= 
of Thomas Steedman of Islington, co. Middlesex, 
Citizen and Carpenter of London, Master of the 
Carpenters' Company 1776, by Mary his wife, dau. of 
Abraham and Anne Redfern) ; bapt. at St. Mary 
Somerset, London, 18 March 1753; Citizen and 
Carpenter of London ; admitted a Freeman of the 
City of London 2 May 1775; bur. at St. Mary 
Somerset, London, 21 July 180S. Will dated 21 
September 1799, proved (F.C.C., 690 Ely) 3 August 
1808, by Elizabeth Martha Steedman, spinster, the 
daughter and substituted Executrix, Martha Steedman, 
wife of the Testator and Executrix named in the will, 
dying in the lifetime of Testator. 



=Martha, dau. of 
William Bryant of 
St. Peter's, Paul's 
Wharf, London, 
by Mary his 
wife ; bur. at St. 
Mary Somerset, 
London, 10 May 
1803. Adfnon was 
granted (P.C.C.) 
2 June 1803, 
to Thomas Steed- 
man, the husband. 



Elizabeth Martha, 
bapt. at St. Mary 
Somerset,London, 

19 March 1777 ; 
died, aged 63, 
and bur. at St. 
Mary Somerset, 
London, 24 Sep- 
tember 1846. Will 
dated 22 Septem- 
ber 1824, proved 
(P.C.C, 948, 46) 

20 October 1846, 
by John Steedman, 
the brother, the 
sole Exor. 



John Steedman of Walworth, = 
CO. Surrey ; born at Barnes, 
bapt. there (by the Rev. H. 
Pugh, the Curate) 31 July 
1786; Citizen and Carpenter 
of London, and a Citizen 
of Rochester ; admitted a 
Freeman of the City of 
London 13 January 1818, 
and of Rochester 17 June 
1 816: died at Walworth, in 
the 6 1 St year of his age, on 
Tuesday, 1 7 November, bur. 
in Norwood Cemetery, co. 
Surrey, 24 November 1846. 
M.L Portrait in the possession 
of Frederick Arthur Crisps 
his grandso?i. Will dated 
12 November 1846, proved 
(P.C.C.) 9 December 1846, 
by Leah Steedman, the 
relict, and Elizabeth Martha 
Steedman, the daughter, the 
Executrixes. 




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=Leah, dau. of Richard Badcock Other 
of Ciiipping Wycombe, co. Buck- issue, 
ingham, by Martha his wife, dau. 
of Edward Humfrey of Blewbury, 
CO. Berks; born 5 June 1796, bapt. privately 
at Blewbury the same day (registered 
8 June), and received into the church 
7 July following ; marr. by licence at 
Chipping Wycombe (by the Rev. James 
Price, the Vicar) 20 February 1816; died 
at " Fairlawn," Clarence Road, Clapham 
Park, CO. Surrey, aged 80, on Sunday, ig 
November, bur. in Norwood Cemetery on 
Saturday, 25 November 1876. Portrait in 
oils at '^Proadhiirst," Godalmi>ig, co. Surrey, 
by Sydney Hodges, and a Meinorial Ring 
inscribed : "in memory of leah steedman, 

P.ORN S'^" JUNE 1796, DIED IQ'^" NOV: 

1876," is in the possession of Frederick 
Arthur Crisp, her grandson. Will dated 
28 May 1875, proved (Prin. Reg.) 16 
January 1877, by Elizabeth Martha 
Steedman and Mary Faulconer, the 
daughters, and Robert Stephen Faulconer, 
the son-in-law, the Exors. 



8/ 



Leah, born at Walworth, co. Surrey, 27 
February, bapt. at St. Mary, Newuigton, co. 
Surrey, 28 March 1817; marr. at Sti Peter's, 
Walworth, 4 August 1835, Albinus Roberts 
of St. Albans, co. Hertford (son of John 
Pelham Roberts, by Mary Anne his wife, 
dau. of William Borrer of Hurstpierpoint, co. 
Sussex) ; born at Hurstpierpoint 24 March, 
bapt. there 3 June 1814. She died at St. 
Albans, aged 30, 10 April, and was bur. at 
St. Peter's, St. Albans, 19 April 1847. M.I. 
He marr. 2ndly at St. Peter's, St. Albans, 
12 September 1850, Sarah Ann, dau. of 
Edward Langridge of St. Albans. She died 
at 61 Marine Parade, Brighton, co. Sussex, 
aged 65, 23 June, and was bur. at St. Peter's, 
St. Albans, 28 June 1886. M.I. Her will 
dated 4 October 1883, was proved at Lewes 
3 September 1886, by Herbert Roberts of 
21 The Avenue, Blackheath, co. Kent, the 
son, the sole Exor. He died at St. Albans, 
aged 62, 15 January, and was bur. at 
St. Peter's, St. Albans, 19 January 1877. 
M.I. Will dated 11 August 1876, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 145, 77) 10 February 1877, by 
Sarah Ann Roberts of St. Albans, co. Hert- 
ford, the relict, and Harvey Roberts, the son, 
two of the Exors. =j= 

{See Pedigree of Roberts, Vol, 7, page 160.) 



Elizabeth Martha, born at Walworth 8 May, 
bapt. at St. Mary, Newington, co. Surrey, 
19 June 1818 ; died unmarried at "Fairlawn," 
Clarence Road, Claphani Park, co. Surrey, in 
her 8 1 St year, on Sunday, 5 March, bur. in 
Norwood Cemetery, co. Surrey, on Thursday, 
9 March 1899. Portrait in oils at ^''Broad- 
hurst" Godalming, co. Surrey, by Sydney 
Hodges, in tlie possession of Frederick Arthur 
Crisp, her nephew. Will dated 6 December 
1878, proved (Prin. Reg., 362, 99) 24 
March 1899, by Mary Faulconer, the sister, 
and Frederick Arthur Crisp, the nephew, 
the Exors. 



Mary, born at Walworth 31 January, bapt. at St. 
Mary, Newinglon, i .March 1820; marr. at Holy 
Trinity, Tunbridge Wells, co. Kent (by the Rev. 
Edward Hoare, the Incumbent), on Thursday, 
25 October 1855, Robert Stephen Faulconer 
of Clapham Park and Walworth (eldest son of 
William Paulconer of Shermanbury, co. Sussex, by 
Mary Walder his wife ; \AIemorial Rings inscribed : 

" IN MEMORY OF WILLIAM FAULCONER, BORN 26^" 
J.AN'' 1783, DIED 14'" JUNE 1854: M.\RV F.\ULCONER, 

liORN 27^" NOV'* 1788, DIED 2o^" OCT" 1861," and 

"MARY FAULCONER OB^ 2o'"OCT'' 1861, K.T: 73 v"^:" 

are in the possession of Frederick Arthur Crisp\ ) ; 
born at Shermanbury 26 October, bapt. there 
23 November 1817 ; Citizen and Carpenter of 
London, Master of the Carpenters' Company 1874; 
died s.p. at "Fairlawn," Clarence Road, Clapham 
Park, aged 60, 22 July, bur. in Norwood Cemetery 
27 July 1878. M.I. The Clock Tower on the site 
of the old church of St. Mary, Newington, bears the 
following inscription : " This Clock Tower erected 
Anno Domini 1877 by R. S. Faulconer Esquire 
formerly a Churchwarden of the Parish of S. Mary 
Newington probably marks the site of the Saxon 
Church mentioned in Doomsday Book in connection 
with Walworth as it certainly does that of several 
Churches which have been built in succession upon 
it. The last Church upon this site was erected in 
1793 and was removed under the authority of an 
Act of Parliament in 1876 in which year on May i" 
the new Mother Church of S. Mary Newington 
in the Kennington Park Road was consecrated." 
Portrait in oils at " Broadkurst," Godahning, by 
Sydney Hodges, in the possession of Frederick Arthur 
Crisp, his nephav. Will dated 20 February 1878, 
proved in the Principal Registry 28 August 1878, 
by Mary Faulconer, Frederick Arthur Crisp and 
Thomas Faulconer Wisden, the Exors. She died 
at " Fairlawn," Clarence Road, Clapham Park, in 
her 83rd year, on Friday night, 30 January, and 
was bur. in Norwood Cemetery on \Vednesday, 
4 February 1903. M.I. Portrait in oils at 
"Broadhurst," Godahning, by Sydney Hodges, in the 
possession of Frederick Arthur Crisp, her nephew. 
Will dated 10 March 1899, proved (Prin. Reg., 
58, 1903) 20 February 1903, by Frederick Arthur 
Crisp, the nephew, the sole Exor. 

{See Pedigree of Faulconer, Vol. 4, page 8j.) 



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Sarah, born at Walworth, co. Surrey, 24 April, bapt. at St. Mary, 
Newington, co. Surrey, 22 May 1822 ; marr. at St. Peter'.s, 
Walworth (by the Rev. Francis Freeman Statham), on Wednes- 
day, 30 May 1849 (by licence of the Archbishop of Canterbury 
25 May 1849), to Frederick Augustus Crisp of Walworth, 
CO. Surrey, and afterwards of The Hall, Playford, co. Suffolk 
(son of Edwards Crisp of Rendlesham, and afterwards of 
Gedgrave Hall, near Orford, co. Suffolk, by Mary his wife, dau. 
of John and Sarah Mayhew of Orford) ; born at Rendlesham 
on Monday, 2 July 182 1, bapt. there (by the Rev. C. Henley, 
the Rector) 30 August 1822 ; Member of the Royal College 
of Surgeons 5 October 1844, Licentiate of the Society of 
Apothecaries 15 January 1846; died at The Hall, Playford, in 
his 63rd year, on Wednesday, 6 February, bur. at Playford on 
Monday, 11 February 1884. M.I. Will dated 16 April 1878, 
proved in the Principal Registry 4 April 1884, by Frederick 
Arthur Crisp and William Henry Crisp, the sons, the Exors. 
She died at The Hall, Playford, aged 59, on Monday, 15 August, 
and was bur. at Playford 22 August 1881. M.I. Will dated 
I September 1877, proved in the Principal Registry 25 October 
1881, by Frederick Arthur Crisp and William Henry Crisp, the 
sons, the Exors. =j= 

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Emma, born at Walworth 
20 June, bapt. at St. 
Mary, Newington, 15 July 
1825 ; died unmarried at 
Dulwich, CO. Surrey, aged 
29, 12 December, bur. in 
Norwood Cemetery, co. 
Surrey, 18 December 
1854. Adinon was granted 
at the Principal Registry 
19 January 1877, to Mary 
Faulconer, wife of Robert 
Stephen Faulconer, of 
" Fairlawn, " Clarence 
Road, Clapham Park, co. 
Surrey, the sister. 



Ellen, born at Walworth 
25 July, bapt. at St. Mary, 
Newington, 1 9 August 
1831 ; died, aged i year 
and 8 months, 3 April 
1833, bur. in the ground 
attached to the Indepen- 
dent Meeting House at 
Walworth. The remains 
were afterwards removed 
to Norwood Cemetery. 



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Socktt, 



Joseph Lockett of Goostrey, and afterwards of Marthall, both co. 
Chester; marr. at Over Peover, co. Chester, 5 August 1777, Ann, dau. 
of William liarns of Over Peover ; bapt. at Over Peover on Sunday, 
26 May 1754. He died at Chelford, co. Chester, in 1834. 



T 



Ellen, marr. William 
Johnson of Snelson, 
CO. Chester. She died 
at Macclesfield, co. 
Chester. 



I 



William Lockett, bapt. 
at Over Peover 24 
January 1780; bur. 
there 7 January 1790. 



Thomas Lockett, bapt. 
at Over Peover 29 
April 1781 ; bur. there 
20 July 1 791. 



Joseph Lockett, bapt. 
at Over Peover 2 
February 1783. 



John Lockett, bapt. at 
Over Peover 19 Sep- 
tember 1784; marr. 
Anne Leach. Will 
dated 17 March 1846, 
with codicil dated 
II December 1851, 
proved (P.C.C., 814, 
S3) 7 November 1853, 
by William Lockett, 
the uncle, John 
Holgate and Thomas 
Agnew, the Exors. 



I 



Ann, bapt. at Over Peover 11 June 1786; 
marr. there 2 October 1808, Joseph Reade of 
Over Peover (son of Joseph Reade) ; bapt. at 
Over Peover 25 July 1784. She died at Over 
Peover, aged 46, 19 March, and was bur. there 
23 March 1833. M.L He marr. 2ndly Sarah, 
who died, aged 47, 10 January, and was bur. at 
Over Peover 14 January 1848. M.L He died, 
aged 75, 31 July, and was bur. at Over Peover 
2 August 1859. M.L =j= 

Hannah, bapt. at Over Peover 9 September 
1787; marr. David Clarke of Hurdsfield, co. 
Chester, who died at Macclesfield i October 
1855. Adiiion was granted at Chester 15 De- 
cember i860, to John Clarke of Macclesfield, 
CO. Chester, one of the children. She died at 
Hurdsfield. =;= 

A 



Thomas Lockett of= 
Buckhurst Hill, co. 
Essex ; born 2 1 No- 
vember, bapt. at 
Chelford 18 December 
1825 ; died at Buck- 
hurst Hill 27 Decem- 
ber, bur. there 31 
December 1878. 



=Sarah Jane, dau. of George 
Franks of Mickleham, co. 
Surrey, by Sarah Lulham 
his wife; born 28 May 
1836 ; marr. at Dorking, co. 
Surrey, 21 July 1858; died 
at "St. Kilda," Dorking, 
aged 65, on Saturday, 
8 March, bur. in the 
cemetery at Dorking 11 
March 1902. 



Anne, born 30 May, bapt. privately 15 June 
1827 (baptism registered at Chelford). 



William Lockett, born 18 January, bapt. at 
Chelford 15 February 1829; died, aged 2, 
and bur. at Chelford 24 Jannary 1831. 



Joseph Lockett, born 21 May, bapt. at 
Chelford 3 June 183 1 ; died, aged 2, and 
bur. at Chelford 29 March 1834. 



Edgar Thomas Lockett 
of 15 Avondale Road, 
South Croydon, co. 
Surrey ; born 6 August 
1859, and bapt. at 
Hackney, CO. Middlesex; 
Captain loth Volunteer 
Battalion King's Royal 
Rifles. 



Rev. Arthur George Lockett, born 3 May= 
1S62, and bapt. at Hackney; B.A. of 
London University; Curate of St. Andrew's, 
Leeds, co. York, 1885-88, and of St. Paul's, 
Dorking, 1S88-90; ordained Missionary 
C.M.S., Shikapur, Bengal, India, 1890, now 
Principal of the C.M.S. Divinity College, 
and Examining Chaplain to the Bishop of 
Calcutta since 1901. 



Catherine Pickett Marks 
of the Church of Eng- 
land Zenana Missionary 
Society, Barrackpore, 
Bengal ; marr. at the 
Old Church, Calcutta, 
India, on AV^ednesday, 
II November 1903. 



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Timothy Lockett, bapt.= 
at Over Pcover, co. 
Chester, i August 1789; 
died, aged 73, and 
bur. at Chelford, co. 
Chester, 1 7 November 
1862. M.I. 



=Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas 
Darlington of Moulton, co. 
Chester, by Martha Maydew 
his wife; born 16 March 1794; 
marr. at Davenham, co. Chester, 
I March 1825 ; died, aged 80, 
and bur. at Chelford 14 May 
1874. M.I. 



Elizabeth, bapt at Over Peover 
5 February 1792 ; bur. there 23 
September 1803. 

Samuel Lockett, bapt. at Over 
Peover i April 1798; died at 
Manchester. 



John Lockett formerly of Heaton= 
Moor, CO. Lancaster ; born 2 1 
March, bapt. at Chelford 21 April 
1833- 



=Anne, eldest dau. of William Holland of Macclesfield, co. 
Chester, by Rebecca his wife, dau. of William and Rachel 
de Bel; born 23 March, bapt. at Chelford 20 April 1834; 
marr. at Lingen, co. Hereford, 15 October 1863; died 
21 July, bur. in Willow Grove Cemetery, Reddish, co. 
Lancaster, 25 July 1893. 



Rev. Henry John Lockett, born 14 July, bapt. at St. Paul's, Macclesfield, 27 August 1864; 
educated at King Edward VI.'s Modern Grammar School, Macclesfield, 1872-78, matriculated 
at Cambridge University as unattached Student 1886, graduated (2nd-class Honours Theology) 
June 1889, and spent last term, 1889, at Ridley Hall, Cambridge, M.A. 1893; Curate of the 
parish church, Bradford, co. York, 1890-94, Vicar of St. Clement's, Bradford, since 1894. 



Ethel Annie, born 12 July 1864; Herbert Edward Lockett=j=Edith, dau. of Henry Brown of 



died unmarried at " St. Kilda," of Epsom, co. Surrey ; 

Dorking, co. Surrey, aged 36, born at Buckhurst Hill, 

on Wednesday, 21 November, co. Essex, i November 

bur. in the cemetery at Dorking 1867, and bapt. there. 
24 November 1900. 



Percy Arthur Lockett, 
born at Epsom 31 
January 1902. 



Ealing, co. Middlesex, by Sarah 
Hannah his wife, dau. of William 
Henry Pottle ; born at Chelsea, 
CO. Middlesex, 7 October 1873 ; 
marr. at Ealing 5 November 1 900. 



Thomas Herbert Lockett, born 
at Epsom 1 1 July, bapt. there 
13 September 1903. 



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I 

Samuel Lockett, born at= 
Chelford, co. Chester, 
23 March, bapt. there 
19 April 1835; died at 
Chelford, aged 36, 27 
November, bur. there 
I December 1871. M.I. 



=Jessie Jane, dau. of Thomas Whitehead of Plymouth Grove, 
Manchester, by Margaret Brough his wife; born at Manchester 
15 August 1833, and bapt. at St. Mary's, Manchester; marr. at 
St. Stephen's, Manchester, 7 March 1859. She marr. 2ndly at 
St. Alkmund's, Derby, i January 1873, William Henry Nicholson 
(son of John Nicholson of Workington, co. Cumberland, by his wife, 
Martha Sharrack of Preston, co. Lancaster) ; born at Manchester 
8 April 1840, and bapt. at Gravel Lane Chapel, Salford, co. Lancaster. 



Thomas Whitehead Lockett, born at Bolton 
Lane, Manchester, 2 October 1869; died at 
Plymouth Grove, Manchester, aged 3 months, 
and bur. at Chelford i January 1870. 



Walter Holland Lockett of " Perran,"= 
Hadley Wood, co. Middlesex; born 12 
May, bapt. at St. Paul's, Macclesfield, 
CO. Chester, 13 June 1866; educated at 
King Edward VI. 's Modem Grammar 
School, Macclesfield. 



=Katherine Pennington, dau. of Major-General Charles 
Gilbert Robinson of the Royal Artillery, by Mina 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Edward Richard Purefoy 
Colles of Dublin ; born at Mean Meer, Punjab, India, 
25 June 1 87 1, and bapt. there ; marr. at Christ Church, 
Hampstead, co. Middlesex, 13 June 1900. 



Emma, born 21 April, bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Macclesfield, 20 May 1868; a Missionary of the 
C.M.S. at Frere Town, East Africa, since 1S95. 



Elizabeth Darlington, born 14 June, bapt. at 
St. Paul's, Macclesfield, 30 July 1870 ; Principal 
of the Girl's High School, Heaton Chapel, 
CO. Lancaster. 



Alice Mary, born 4 April, bapt. at 
St. Paul's, Macclesfield, 27 May 1873. 



Arthur William Lockett, born 13 May, 
bapt. at St. Paul's, Macclesfield, 25 June 
1876; educated at King Edward VI. 's 
Modern Grammar School, Macclesfield. 




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Cfjursbj of iBrmeroli 
House, ro. Jtamastcr. 



Arms on record in the College of Anns. — 
Argent, a chevron between three lions 
rampant sable. 

Crest. — A curlew with wings expanded 
argent, the beak and legs proper. 

Motto. — In silenlio forlitudo. 



October 1881, with two codicils 
1883 and 15 January 1884, proved 
1884, by Thomas Hughes 
of Lincoln's Inn, co. Middle- 
sex, Q.C., Henry Paulson 
Bowling of 26 Essex Street, 
Strand, co. Middlesex, and 
Frederick John Grant of 
Burnley, co. Lancaster, the 
Exors. 



Rev. William Thursby of Ormerod= 
House, CO. Lancaster (2nd son of 
John Harvey Thursby of Abingdon 
Abbey, co. Northampton, M.l'., by 
Emma his wife, dau. of William 
Pigott of Doddershall, co. Buck- 
ingham); born 27 April, bapt. at 
Pitsford, CO. Northampton, 3 May 
1795 ; educated at Harrow and at 
Oriel College, Oxford, matriculated 
27 April 1814, B.A. 1818, M.A. 
1820; Vicar of Hardingstone, co. 
Northampton, 1820, of All Saints', 
Northampton, 1822-32, and of 
Worsthorne-next-Burnley, co. Lan- 
caster, 1836-69, Domestic Chaplain 
to the Duke of Cambridge ; J. P. 
for CO. Lancaster; died at 6 Bruns- 
wick Terrace, Brighton, co. Sussex, 
aged 89, on Friday, 10 October 
1884, and bur. at Holmes Chapel, 
CO. Lancaster. M.L in the church 
at Worsthorne. Will dated 28 
dated respectively 29 December 
(Prin. Reg., 983, 84) 6 December 




=E]canor Mary, elder 
dau. and coheiress of 
Colonel John Har- 
greaves of Ormerod 
House and Bank 
Hall, CO. Lancaster, 
by Charlotte Anne 
his wife, only dau. of 
Lawrence Ormerod 
of Ormerod ; born 
9 February 1803 ; 
niarr. at St. Peter's, 
Burnley, 9 Septem- 
ber 1824; died at 
6 Brunswick Terrace, 
Brighton, in her 
8 1 St year, on Friday, 
14 December 18S3, 
and bur. at Holmes 
Chapel. Admon was 
granted at the 
Principal Registry 
14 March 1884, 
to the Rev. Wil- 
liam Thursby of 6 
Brunswick Terrace, 
Brighton, co. Sussex. 



Eleanor Anne, born 12 August 1825; died at Ormerod House, aged 19, on Wednesday, 
2 April 1845, and bur. at Holmes Chapel. M.L in the church at Worsthorne. 



Sir John Ormerod Scarlett Thursby of Ormerod= 
House and of Bank Hall, co. Lancaster, Bart. ; 
born at Falconer's Hill, Daventry, co. North- 
ampton, on Saturday, 27 April i86i ; educated 
at Eton and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1880, B.A. 
1884; Barrister-at-Law of Lincoln's Inn 1891; 
J. P. for CO. Lancaster; succeeded his father as 
2nd Bart. 16 March 1901. 



=EIla Beatrice, 2nd dau. and coheiress of 
Colonel Thomas Richard Crosse of Shaw 
Hill, CO. Lancaster, J. P., by Lady Mary his 
wife, eldest dau. of Charles Andrew Knox, 
4th Earl of Castlestewart ; born 22 Sep- 
tember 1861 ; marr. at .St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, London (by the Rev. William Ford 
Thursby, assisted by the Rev. Charles 
Garnett), on Wednesday, 28 November 18S8. 



Clara, born at 37 Ennismore Gardens, London, 
on Wednesday, 13 November, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square, London, 21 December 1889. 



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Clara, youngest dau. of= 
Colonel John Williams, 
R.E., and niece of the 
Rt. Hon'>''= Sir Edward 
Vaughan Williams; born 
24 March 1839 ; marr. 
at St. James', Piccadilly, 
London (by the Rev. 
Ford Thursby, assisted 
by the Rev. Frederick 
Thursby), on Tuesday, 
21 February i860 ; died 
at 16 Eccleston Square, 
London, aged 28, on 
Thursday, 21 March, 
bur. in Brompton Ceme- 
tery, London, 25 March 
1867. M.Lin St. Peter's, 
Burnley, co. Lancaster. 
I St wife. 



=Colonel Sir John Hardy Thursby of Ormerod House, = 
CO. Lancaster, and of Holmhurst, co. Hants, Bart.; 
born 31 August 1826; educated at Eton; J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Lancaster, High Sheriff 1887 ; Hon. 
Colonel 3rd Battalion East Lancashire Regiment 
(Militia), formerly Lieutenant 90th Regiment Light 
Infantry; created a Baronet 26 July 1887 ; died at 
Cannes, France, aged 74, on Saturday, 16 March, 
bur. at Holmes Chapel 20 March 1901. Will dated 
28 August 1899, with three codicils dated 
respectively 28 November 1899, 13 August 1900 
and 24 December 1900, proved (Prin. Reg., 1043, 
1901) 10 August 1901, by Sir John Ormerod 
Scarlett Thursby, Bart., the son, Robert Handsley, 
and Walter Southern, the Exors. 




=Louisa Harriet, 
2nd dau. of 
Colonel John 
George Smvtli 
of Heath Hall, 
CO. York, by the 
Hon^^ i:)iana 
Bosvillehiswife, 
dau. of Godfrey, 
3rd Baron Mac- 
donald ; born 
8 March 1840 ; 
marr. at Kirk- 
thorpe, CO. York 
(bythe Rev. Wil- 
liam Thursby, 
assisted by the 
Rev. John Pul- 
lein), on Thurs- 
day, 26 Nov. 
1868. 2nd wife. 



George James= 
Thursby, born at 
53 Upper Brook 
Street, Grosvenor 
Square, London, 
on Wednesday, 17 
November, bapt. 
at St. Andrew's, 
Wells Street, Lon- 
don,3 1 December 
i86g ; educated 
at Radley. 



=Mary .\ugusta, elder dau. of Thomas Hardcastle 
of Bradshaw Hall, Bolton-le- .Moors, co. 
Lancaster, and of Blaston Hall, co. Leicester, 
J. P., by Emily Augusta his wife, dau. of the 
Rev. William Purdon, Rector of Seaton ; 
born at Bradshaw Hall, Bolton-le-Moors, on 
Saturday, 15 June 1872; marr. at All Saints', 
Ennismore Gardens, London (by the Rev. 
Frederick Hall, Rector of Friem Barnet, 
CO. Middlesex, uncle of the bride, assisted by 
the Rev. Ravenscroft Stewart, the Vicar), on 
Tuesday, 11 December 1894. 



Mary Eleanor, 
born at 10 Green 
Street, Grosvenor 
Square, London, 
on Sunday, 30 
April, bapt. at 
St. Andrew's, 
Wells Street, 
London, 27 May 
1S71. 



Gerald Hardy Fitz-Roy Thursby, born at Bronsil, Ledbury, 
CO. Hereford, on Sunday, 15 September 1895; died at 
Blaston, co. Rutland, aged 13 months, on Monday, 
19 October, bur. there 21 October 1896. 



Violet, born at 12 Hyde Park Place, London, on Wednesday, 12 December 1866, and bapt. 
at St. Gabriel's, Warwick Square, London ; marr. at Highcliffe, co. Hants, on Tuesday, 
19 February 1889, Willoughby Aston Littledale (4th son of Henry Anthony Littledale of 
Bolton Hall, Craven, co. York, by Mary Elizabeth his wife, eldest dau. of John Armytage of 
Kirklees Park, co. York [see Pedigree of Armytage, Vol. i, page 2jf\); born 31 August, bapt. 
at Bolton-by-Bolland, co. York, 30 September 1857 ; educated at Marlborough and at Exeter 
College, Oxford, matriculated 3 June 1876, B.A. 1879, M.A. 1884; Fellow of the Society of 
Antiquaries since 1897. =i= 

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{See Pedigree of Littledale, Vol. i, page 240.) 



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James Legh Thursby of Craig-le,= 
CO. Carnarvon ; born 4 February 
1828; Major 22nd Regiment 
of Foot, retired 24 March 
1863 ; served with the 9th 
Regiment in the Crimea from 
27 November 1854, including 
the siege and fall of Sebastopol 
and assault of the batteries on 
18 June (medal with clasp and 
Turkish medal) ; J. P. for co. 
Carnarvon; died at Harrogate, 
CO. York, aged 58, on Saturday, 
31 July, bur. in the Extra 
Mural Cemetery, Brighton, co. 
Sussex, 4 August 1886. 



=Harriet Matilda, eldest dau. of Edward Johnston of Allerton 
Hall, Woolton, co. Lancaster, and of Silwood Lodge, co. 
Berks; born 17 August 1832; marr. at the parish church 
Brighton (by the Rev. Sir Henry Thompson, Bart., assisted 
by the Rev. Frederick Thursby) on Thursday, 15 October 
1863. She marr. istly at St. Catherine's, Liverpool (by the 
Rev. James North), on Thursday, 19 August 1852, Hardman 
Earle of Liverpool (2nd son of Sir Hardman Earle of 
Allerton Tower, Woolton, Bart., by Mary his wife, 2nd dau. 
of William Langton of Kirkham, co. Lancaster) ; born 20 
January, bapt. at St. Peter's, Liverpool, 27 August 1825 ; 
died s.p. at Lisbon, Portugal, on board the s.s. "Tagus," on 
his return from Malaga, Spain, in his 29th year, on Saturday, 
28 May, bur. in the English Cemetery at Lisbon 30 May 
1853. She died at Craig-le on Saturday, 30 December 1876. 



(See Pedigree of Earle, Vol. 10, page 108.) 



Ethelrida, born at 
7 Eastern Terrace, 
Brighton, on Monday, 

17 October, died, aged 
16 days, 2 November, 
and bur. in the 
Extra Mural Cemetery, 
Brighton, 4 November 
1864. _ 

William Legh Thursby, 
born at 20 Eaton Place, 
London, on Monday, 

18 December 1865, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square, London, 
27 January 1866; Lieu- 
tenant Warwickshire 
Imperial Yeomanry 
(Paget's Horse); served 
in South African War 
1900-1901. 



Hilda, born at 17 Belgrave Place, Brigiiton, 
on Monday, 23 December 1867 ; marr. at 
St. Augustine's, Queen's Gate, South 
Kensington, London, 3 August 1893, Herbert 
Hodder Roberts (son of Colonel Hodder 
Roberts, by Jane his wife, dau. of Richard 
Walter); entered the Royal Marine Light 
Infantry as Lieutenant i February 1879, 
Captain 23 December 1887, Major 15 October 
1895 (retired 6 December 1897); Captain 
(temporary) Royal Home Counties Reserve 
Regiment 18 April 1900; Recruiting Officer, 
Hull District, i June 1901. She died at 
Gad's Hill House, co. Kent, 26 October 
1897. Will dated 3 August 1893, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 205, 98) 2 February 1898, by 
Herbert Hodder Roberts, Major in the Royal 
Marine Light Infantry, the husband, the 
sole Exor. =j= 



Winifred, born at 
Leighton Hall, co. 
Salop, on Wednesday, 
II November 1868; 
marr. at the Pro- 
Cathedral, Kensington, 
16 December 1890, 
Henry Albert deFreyne 
ffrench, Marchese di 
Castelthomond, in 

Rome (5th son of 
Acheson J eremy Sidney 
ffrench of Monivea 
Hamilton, Victoria, 
Australia, by Anna his 
wife, dau. of Dr. John 
Walton of London) 
born 6 March 1862. 

T 



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Rev. William Ford Thursby, born 23 August, bapt. at= 
Hardingstone, co. Northampton, 15 October 1830; educated 
at Rugisy and at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, LL.B. 1855 ; 
Rector and Patron of Bergh Apton, co. Norfolk, for 29 years. 
Rural Dean of Brooke : J. P. for co. Norfolk ; died at the 
Rectory, Bergh Apton, aged 62, on Monday, 8 May, bur. at 
Bergh Apton 12 May 1893. Will dated 2 February 1889, 
with codicil dated 21 March 1891, proved at Norwich 
9 August 1893, by Fanny Thursby, the relict, and Arthur 
Harvey Thursby, the brother, and John Holmes, the Exors. 



=Fanny, eldest dau. of Edmund 
Newman Kershaw, by Mary 
Anne his wife, dau. of the 
Rev. William Yates; born at 
Catton Hall, co. Derby, and 
bapt. at Croxton, co. Stafford ; 
marr. at Witton, co. Chester, 
26 August 1858; Patron of 
Bergh Apton. 



Lieut-Colonel Arthur Edmund= 
Thursby of Priors Hardwick, co. 
Warwick, born at Wormleighton, 
CO. Warwick, on Saturday, 19 
January, bapt. there 1 7 February 
1861 ; educated at Wellington 
and at Trinity Hall, Cambridge ; 
J. P. for CO. Warwick ; Major 
and Hon. Lieut. -Colonel 5th 
Battalion Warwickshire Regi- 
ment (Militia) ; served in the 
South African War 1901-1902 ; 
diedat Sutherland, Cape Colony, 
6 March 1902, and bur. there. 
Will dated 24 April 1901, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 26, 1902) 
17 June 1902, by Maud 
Thursby, the relict, the Rev. 
Harvey William Gustavus 
Thursby, the brother, and 
Henry Aubrey Cartwright, the 
Exors. 



'Maud, 2nd dau. of 
Lieut.-Colonel Henry 
Cartwright of Eydon 
Hall, CO. Northampton, 
of the Grenadier Guards, 
by Jane his wife, dau. 
of William Holbech 
of Farnborough, co. 
Warwick ; born at 46 
Park Street, Grosvenor 
Square, London, on 
Thursday, 15 January, 
bapt. at St. Mark's, 
North Audley Street, 
London, 2 7 February 
1857 ; marr. at St. 
Paul's, St. Leonard's-on- 
Sea, CO. Sussex (by the 
Rev. Edward Arthur 
Cartwright, assisted by 
the Rev. William Digby 
Cartwright), on Thurs- 
day, 21 February 1889. 



Eleanor Mary Anne, born 25 March, 
bapt. at Wormleighton 4 May 1862 ; 
marr. at St. Marys, Burghfield, co. 
Berks (by the Rt. Rev. James Leslie, 
D.D., Bishopof Reading, assisted by 
the Rev. Dallas Oldfield Harington, 
the Rector), on Wednesday, 24 April 
1895, as his 2nd wife, the Rev. 
Godfrey Armytage Littledale (2nd 
son of Henry Anthony Littledale of 
Bolton Hall, co. York, by Mary 
Elizabeth his wife, eldest dau. of 
John Armytage of Kirklees Park, 
CO. York [see Pedigree of Armytage, 
Vol. I, page 235\); born 15 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at Bolton-by-Bolland, 
CO. York, 15 October 1854; 
educated at Winchester and at 
Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 
1877, M.A. 1880: Vicar of Chipping 
Norton, co. Oxford, since 1886; 
Rural Dean of Chipping Norton, 

1903- =r 

. A 

{See Pedigree of Littledale, Vol. 7, page 
-39> '""^ Addenda, Vol. j, page vi.) 



Diana Mary, born at Hard- Piers Henry Thursby, born at Arthur William Charles 

wick Hill, CO. Warwick, on Hardwick Hill on Wednesday, Thursby, born on Sunday, 

Wednesday, i July, bapt. at 19 December 1894, bapt. at Priors 2 July, bapt. at Priors 

Priors Hardwick 2 August Hardwick 20 January 1895. Hardwick i August 1899. 
1891. 



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Mary Anne, dau. of Edmund Newman= 
Kershaw, by Mary Anne his wife, dau. 
of the Rev. William Yates ; born 
7 October 1834; marr. at Witton, co. 
Chester, 28 April 1859; died, aged 
65, on Friday, 10 August, bur. at 
Burghfield, co. Berks, on Wednesday, 
15 August 1900. Will dated 26 Feb- 
ruary 1898, proved (Prin. Reg., 240, 
1901) 23 February 1901, by Arthur 
Harvey Thursby, the husband, and 
Arthur Edmund Thursby, Lieut.- 
Colonel in H.M. Warwickshire 
Regiment, the son, the Exors. 
ist wife. 



'Arthur Harvey Thursby= 
of Culverlands, co. Berk.s, 
and of Priors Hardwick, 
CO. Warwick ; born at 
Hardingstone, co. North- 
hampton, 25 May 1832, 
and bapt. there; formerly 
Lieutenant Warwickshire 
Yeomanry Cavalry ; J. P. 
for CO. Warwick, J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Berks, High 
Sheriff for co. Berks 1891. 



^Catherine, only dau. of the 
Rev. Harry Holdsworth 
Minchin, formerly Rector of 
Little Bromley, co. Essex ; 
born at Woodford Halse, 
CO. Northampton, 30 March 
1866, bapt. there privately 
the same day (baptism 
registered at Woodford 
Halse) ; marr. at the Chapel 
Royal, Savoy, London (by 
the Rev. Paul Wyatt, the 
Chaplain), on Monday, 16 
March 1903. 2nd wife. 



Fanny Charlotte, born 5 
at Wormleighton, co. 
February 1 864 ; marr. 
30 lanuary 1895, the 
Hubert Whitfield (eldest 
Whitfield); of Pembroke 
bridge, B.A. 1889, M.A, 
of "Moreton Morrell, 
1895-97, of Grazeley, 
1897-1903, and Rector 
Nottingham, since 1903. 



January, bapt. Emma Harriott, bom at Wormleighton on Tuesday, 

Warwick, 14 i August, bapt. there i October 1865 ; marr. at 

at Burghfield Burghfield 2 December 1896, the Rev. Thomas 

Rev. Charles Hugh Langford-Sainsbury (only son of the Rev. 

son of Hubert Sainsbury Langford-Sainsbury of Beckington, co. 

College, Cam- Somerset, by Mary his wife, dau. of John Blandy of 

1893; Vicar Kingston House, co. Berks); born at Beckington 

CO. Warwick, 23 September, bapt. there 24 October 1869; educated 

CO. Berks, at Honiton School and at Trinity College, Oxford, 

of Elston, CO. matriculated 15 October 1887, aged 18, B.A. 1892, 

M.A. 1895 ; Rector and Patron of Beckington with 

Standerwick, co. Somerset, since 1896. 



Rev. Harvey William Gustavus= 
Thursby, born at Wormleighton 
on Saturday, 8 June, bapt. there 
28 July 1867 ; educated at 
Wellington and at Pembroke 
College, Oxford, matriculated 
25 October 1887, aged 20, B.A. 
1893, M.A. 1896; Rector and 
Patron of Bergh Apton 1897; 
J. P. for CO. Norfolk. 



=Margaret Emily, 4th dau. of W^illiani George Mount of 
Wasing Place and of Hartley Court, both co. Berks, M.P. 
for Newbury Division of co. Berks, J. P. and D.L. for co. 
Berks, by Marianne Emily his wife, 3rd dau. of Robert 
Clutterbuck of Watford House, co. Hertford ; born at Wasing 
Place on Friday, 3 October, bapt. at St. Nicholas', Wasing, 
16 November 1873 ! niarr. there (by the Ven'''^ Archdeacon 
Mount, uncle of the bride, assisted by the Rev. John 
Butler Burne, the Rector and Rural Dean), on Tuesday, 
8 June 1897. 



John Harvey Thursby, born at 33 Eccleston 
Square, London, on Tuesday, 6 January, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London, 
10 February 1903. 



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Piers Thursby of Broadvvell Hill,= 
CO. Gloucester ; born 30 November 
1834; educated at Harrow; Captain 
9th (Queen's Royal) Regiment of 
Lancers ; served in Indian Mutiny 
(medal with clasp) ; J. P. for co. 
Gloucester. 



=Mary, 3rd dau. of Joseph Godman of Park Hatch, co. 
Surrey, and of Merston, co. Sussex, J. P., by Caroline his 
wife, dau. of Edmund Smithe of Horsham Park, co. 
Sussex, J. P.; born 2 December, bapt. at Hascombe, co. 
Surrey, 29 December 1839; marr. there (by the Rev. 
William Ford Thursby, Rector of Bergh Apton,co. Norfolk, 
assisted by the Rev. Vernon Musgrave, the Rector), on 
Wednesday, 17 August 1864. 



Lieut.-Colonel Richard Hasell Thursby,= 
born 22 September 1836; educated at 
Harrow; Lieut.-Colonel Coldstream 
Guards, retired 2 September 1868; died 
at The Quay, Instow, co. Devon, aged 
48, on Sunday, 5 April 1885, and 
bur. at Holmes Chapel, co. Lancaster. 
Adfnon was granted at the Principal 
Registry 3 June 1885, to Alice Anne 
Thursby of Melbury Lodge, Winchester, 
CO. Southampton, the relict. 



=Alice Anne, only dau. of Richard 
Doncaster of Middlethorpe, co. 
Nottingham, by his wife, Harriette 
Beardoe of Ardwick, co. Lancaster ; 
marr. at St. Mary Magdalen's, 
St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. Sussex (by 
the Rev. William Thursby and the 
Rev. John Doncaster, B.D., Rector 
of Navenby, co. Lincoln), on 
Thursday, 28 January 1858. 



SophiaCharlotte, 
bom at Ormerod 
House, CO. Lan- 
caster, 18 July 
1 840, and bapt. at 
Worsthorne, co. 
Lancaster. 



Florence Emma, born at 31 
Gloucester Street, South Belgravia, 
London, on Thursday, 1 7 February 
1859. _ 

Arthur Doncaster Thursby, born 
at I Eccleston Terrace South, 
London, on Sunday, 6 May 1 860. 



Edmund Hasell Thursby, bom at 
I Eccleston Terrace South, Lon- 
don, on Saturday, 8 March 1862; 
formerly Sub-Lieutenant R.N. 



Mabel Gwendolen, marr. at St. Thomas', Winchester, co. 
Hants (by the Rev. William Ford Thursby, assisted by the 
Rev. Arthur Baron Sole, the Rector), on Wednesday, 
2 September 1891, Walter Edward Lascelles (eldest son 
of Colonel Walter Richard Lascelles of Norley Hall, co. 
Chester, by Ellen his wife, dau. of Charles Siveright) ; 
born 21 March 1862; Captain 3rd Battalion Rifle Brigade 
(The Prince Consort's Own); died at Norley, Frodsham, 
CO. Chester, aged 34, 23 January, bur. there 27 January 
1897. Will dated 8 August 1896, proved (Prin. Reg., 
30:, 97) I March 1897, by George Reginald Lascelles, 
Lieutenant in H.M. Regiment of Royal Fusiliers, one of 
the Exors. =i= 

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Ethel Constance Geraldine, born at 1 1 Belgrave Road, London, on 
Monday, 8 July 1867 ; marr. at St. Thomas', Winchester, 2 October 
1889, Lieut.-Colonel Thomas Duncan William Dunn of Standen Manor, 
Hungerford, co. Berks (son of Major-General William Dunn of Inglewood 
and Wallington, co. Berks, Lieut.-Colonel Royal Artillery, by Margaret 
Duncan his wife, youngest dau. and coheir of William Williams Brown of 
Allerton Hall, co. York); born 15 October 1846; Lieut.-Colonel Hamp- 
shire Regiment, retired 21 April 1889; died at the Continental Hotel, 
Cairo, Egypt, aged 52, on Wednesday, 22 March, bur. in the Protestant 
Cemetery at Cairo 23 March 1899. Will dated 21 February 1899, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 713, 99) 13 June 1899, by Robert Henry William Dunn, 
retired Major in the Royal Welsh Fusiliers, the brother, and John 
Ormerod Scarlett Thursby, the Exors. 

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Charles Augustus 
Hathorne Thursby, 
born at 1x8 Sloane 
Street, London, on 
Monday, 19 Feb- 
ruary 1872. 




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RAGLAN. 

Arms on record in the College of Arms. — Quarterly: ist and 4th, Azure, 
three fleur-de-lis or, France ; 2nd and 3rd, Gules, three 
lions passant in pale or, England ; all within a bordure 
compony, argent and azure. 

Crest. — A portcullis chained or. 

Supporters. — Dexter, a panther argent, flames issuing from the ears 
and mouth proper, plain collared and chained or, semde of 
bezants, torteaux, hurts, pellets and pomeis, and charged on 
the shoulder with a rose gules ; Sinister, a wyvern vert, in 
the mouth a sinister hand couped at the wrist gules, and 
charged on the breast with a rose of the last. 

Motto. — Mutare vel timere sperno. 



^Raglan. 



Field-Marshal the Rt. Hon'''' FitzRoy James Henry Somerset, Baron=i=Lady Emily Harriet, 



Raglan, K.C.B., C;.C.B. P.C. (youngest son of Henry, 5th Duke of 
Beaufort, K.G., by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Admiral the Hon'''' 
Edward Boscawen); born at Badminton, co. Gloucester, 30 September, 
bapt. privately 12 October, and received into the church at Badminton 
27 October 1788; educated at Westminster; entered the Army as 
Cornet 4th Light Dragoons 9 June 1804, Lieutenant 30 May 1805, 
Captain 6th Garrison Battalion 5 May 1808, Captain 43rd Regiment 
18 August 1808, Captain and Lieut. -Colonel ist Foot Guards 25 July 
1814 to July 1825; A.D.C. and Military Secretary to Field-Marshal 
the Duke of Wellington in Peninsular War and Belgium, present at 
Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajoz, Salamanca, Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, 
Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse, for which he obtained a cross and five 
clasps; also at Rolica, Vimiera, Talavera, Busaco (wounded 27 September 
1810, medal and five clasps, and created K.C.B. 2 January 1815) nnd 
Fuentes de Onoro ; was also present and lost an arm at Waterloo ; 
Secretary of Embassy at Paris 1814-19, and Minister Plenipotentiary 
there January to March 181 5 ; sent on special embassies to Madrid 
1823, and to St. Petersburg 1826; M.P. for Truro 1818-20, and 
1826-29; Secretary to the Master-General of the Ordnance 1819-27, 
Military Secretary to the Commander-in-Chief, the Duke of Wellington, 
29 August 1827 to September 1852; Major-General 27 May 1825, 
Lieut-General 28 June 1838; Colonel S3rd Regiment 19 November 
1830 to 8 May 1854, Master-General of the Ordnance 30 September 
1852 till his death, Colonel Royal Horse Guards (Blue) 8 May 1854 
till his death; D.C.L. Oxford 1834, G.C.B. 17 September 1847, 
K.M.T. of Austria, K.S.G. of Russia, K.M. of Turkey, K.M.J, of 
Bavaria, K.T.S. of Portugal ; sworn a Privy Councillor 16 October 
1852, and raised to the Peerage as Baron Raglan of Raglan, co. 
Monmouth, 20 October 1852; assumed the command of the British 
Army in the Crimea in February 1854, which under his lead shared 
in the victories of the Alma and Inkerman ; General 20 June 1854, 
Field-Marshal 5 November 1854; died in the camp before Sebastopol, 
about 9 p.m., aged 66, 28 June, bur. in the church at Badminton 26 July 

1855. Will dated 7 April 1854, proved (P.C.C, 59, 56) 17 January 

1856, by the Rt. Hon''''^ Emily Harriet, Baroness Raglan, the relict, 
Berkeley Drummond, and the Hon'''' Robert Dundas, the Exors. 



2nd dau. of William, 
3rd Earl of Morning- 
ton, by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of Admiral 
the Hon*"!' John 
Forbes ; marr. at her 
father's house, 3 Savile 
Row, St. James', West- 
minster, by special 
licence,6 August 1 8 14; 
died at 5 Great Stan- 
hope Street, London, 
aged 87, 6 March, 
bur. at Badminton 10 
March 1881. Will 
dated 29 February 
1868, with codicil 
dated 12 October 
1876, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 336, 81)6 April 
i88i,bytheRt.Hon'''' 
Robert, Viscount Mel- 
ville of Melville, co. 
Edinburgh, in North 
Britain, and 7 Por- 
tugal Street,Grosvenor 
Square, co. Middlesex, 
and Robert Nigel Fitz- 
hardinge Kingscote of 
34 Charles Street, 
Berkeley Square, co. 
Middlesex, C.B., a 
Lieut.-Colonel in Her 
Majesty's Army, the 
surviving Exors. 



Charlotte Caroline 
Elizabeth, born at 
Brussels 16 May 
1815. 



Arthur William FitzRoy Somerset, born in Paris 6 May 1816; Captain 
and Brevet-Major Grenadier Guards ; Military Secretary to Lords 
Ellenborough and Hardinge ; mortally wounded at the battle of Feroshah, 
India, 21 December, and died s. p., aged 30, 25 December 1845; marr. at 
Calcutta, India, 8 July 1845, Emilie Marie Louise Wilhelmina, dau. of 
the Baron de Baumbach of Hesse, and widow of Captain Mellish. She 
marr. 3rdly at the British Embassy, Paris, on Tuesday, 19 March 1850, 
Henry Boddington Webster, elder son of Colonel Sir Henry Vassal 
Webster, Knt. K.J.S. ; she was divorced 7 August 1851. 



A son, born at 28 Ebury Street, 
Pimlico, London, on Saturday, 
I March, died 3 March 1884, 
and bur. in Brompton Cemetery, 
London. 



FitzRoy Richard Somerset, born 10 June, bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, London, 10 July 1885; educated at Eton and 
at the Royal Military College, Sandhurst ; 2nd Lieutenant 
Royal Monmouthshire Royal Engineers (Militia) 10 June 
1902. 

102 



Lady Georgiana, 3rd= 
daughter of Henry 
Beauchamp, 4th Earl 
Beauchamp, by Susan 
Caroline his wife, dau. 
of William, 2nd Earl 
of St. (lermans ; born 
30 July 1832 ; marr. 
at St. Paul's, Knights- 
bridge, London, 24 
September 1856; died 
suddenlyat Richmond 
House, Wimbledon, 
CO. Surrey, aged 33, 
30 September, bur. in 
Brompton Cemetery, 
London, 5 October 

1865, the remains 
being subsequently 
removed to the church- 
yard at Llandenny, co. 
Monmouth, 8 May 
1884. Will dated 24 
February 1 864, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 195, 66) 
28 March 1866, by 
the Rt.Hon"' Richard 
Henry FitzRoy, Baron 
Raglan of Cefntilla 
Court, Llandenny, co. 
Monmouth, the sole 
Exor, probate being 
granted under certain 
limitations. Adirion 
of rest of goods 
passed at the Principal 
Registry 17 November 

1866. ist wife. 



■Richard Henry FitzRoy Somerset,= 
Baron Raglan ; born in Paris 24 May 
1817 ; of Christ Church, Oxford, ma- 
triculated 4 June 1835, aged 18, Student 
1835-39; of the Ceylon Civil Service 
1842-48; Private Secretary to the last 
King of Hanover 1849-55; Cornet 
Gloucestershire Yeomanry Cavalry 
1856, Captain 1864-75; Lord-in- 
Waiting to H.M. Queen Victoria 1S58 
-59, and 1866-68; succeeded his father 
as 2nd Baron 28 June 1855 ; D.L. for 
CO. Monmouth; died at 8 Chesterfield 
Street, Mayfair, London, in his 67th 
year, on Saturday, 3 May, bur. in the 
churchyard at Llandenny 8 May 1884. 
Will dated 23 November 1878, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 510, 84) 19 June 1884, 
by the Rt. Hon'''* Frederick, Earl 
Beauchamp, of Madresfield Court, co. 
Worcester, one of the Exors. 



=Mary Blanche, his 
cousin, eldest dau. 
of Sir Walter Rock- 
cliffeFarquhar, 3rd 
Bart., by Lady 
Mary Octavia his 
wife, dau. of Henry 
Charles, 6th Duke 
of Beaufort ; born 
in London 1 June 
1844 ; marr. at 
Great Bookham, 
CO. Surrey (by the 
Rt. Rev. Samuel 
Wilberforce,D.I)., 
Bishop of Win- 
chester, assisted by 
the Rev. William 
Heberden), on 
Wednesday, 1 1 Oc- 
tober 187 1. 2nd 
wife. 



KatherineAnne 
Emily Cecilia, 
bom 31 August 
1824. 



Violet Elizabeth Catherine, born 10 November, bapt. at St. James', 
Piccadilly, London, 19 December 1874; marr. at Holy Trinity, Sloane 
Street, London, 3 December 1900, Wilfrid Robert Abel Smith (3rd 
son of Robert Smith of Goldings, co. Hertford, J. P. and D.L. for co. 
Hertford, High Sheriff 1869, by Isabel his wife, 5th dau. of Henry 
John Adeane of Babraham, co. Cambridge, M.P.); born 13 September 
1870 ; entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant ist Battalion Grenadier 
Guards 26 November 1890, Lieutenant 23 July 1894, Captain 3 May 
1899; A.D.C.to Governor and Commander-in-Chief, New South Wales, 
1 4 April 1 899 to 3 1 October 1 900 ; served in the Nile Expedition 1898, 
at the battle of Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 
30 September 1898, 4th-class Medjidie, Egyptian medal with clasp, 
medal), and in South African War 1901-1902 (medal). 



Colonel George FitzRoy Henry Somerset, Baron Raglan ; born at= 
Grosvenor Place, London, on P'riday, 18 September, bapt. at St. 
Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, 15 October 1857 (Sponsor: H.M. the 
King of Hanover); Page of Honour to H.M. Queen Victoria 1868 
-74; Sub-Lieutenant (unattached) 1875, of the Grenadier Guards 
1876, Lieutenant 1877, Captain 1886-87 ! served in Afghan War 
1879-80 (mentioned in despatches, medal); A. D.C. to Governor of 
Bombay (the Rt. Hon''''^ Sir James Fergusson, 6th Bart., K.C.M.G., 
P.C.) 1880-83; succeeded his father as 3rd Baron 3 May 1884; 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Monmouth ; Under Secretary of State for 
War November 1900 to August 1902; appointed in August 1902, 
Lieut.-Governor of the Isle of Man, and sworn in at Castle Rushen on 
Tuesday, 21 October following; Captain Royal Monmouthshire Royal 
Engineers (Militia) 1887, Major 1895, Lieut.-Colonel Commanding 
and Hon. Colonel 1901. 



=Lady Ethel Jemima, 2nd 
dau. of the Rev. Walter 
William Brabazon, 7th Earl 
of Bessborough, by Lady 
Louisa Susan Cornwallis his 
wife, only dau. of Edward 
Granville, 3rd Earl of St. 
Germans ; born at the 
Vicarage, Canford,co. Dorset, 
on Wednesday, 8 April, bapt. 
at Canford i May 1857 ; marr. 
at St. James', Piccadilly, 
London (by her father), on 
Wednesday, 28 February 
1883. 



Wellesley PltzRoy Somerset, born 13 June, bapt. at 
St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, 16 July 1887 ; 
educated at Eton. 



Ethel Georgiana Frances, born 4 June, 
bapt. at St. John's, Llandenny, 25 July 
1889. 



Arthur Charles Edward Somerset, born at 58=pLouisa Eliza, dau. of John Grant 



Rutland Gate, Knightsbridge, London, on Sunday, 
II December 1859, bapt. at St. Paul's, Knights- 
bridge, 5 January i860; Captain 2nd Battalion Rifle 
Brigade (Prince Consort's Own) 1S87-95, Adjutant 
7th Battalion (Militia) 1890-95; retired 1895. 



Hodgson of Cabalva, co. Hereford, by 
Rose his wife, dau. of F. Chinnock; born 
at Sunnyside, Prince's Park, I^iverpooi, 
on Sunday, 8 May 1870; marr. at St. 
Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, 27 
November 1893. 



Norman Arthur Henry Somerset, born 8 September, 
bapt. at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, 21 October 1894. 



Lieut. -Colonel Granville William= 
Richard Somerset, born at 58 
Rutland Gate, Knightsbridge, 
London, on Tuesday, 9 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, 29 September 
1862 ; Sub-Lieutenant R.N. 
1875-84; served in Egyptian 
War 1 88 2 (medal and bronze star) ; 
afterwards Major Royal Mon- 
mouthshire Royal Engineers 
(Militia), retired with rank of 
Lieut.-Colonel; died suddenly at 
3oMilnerStreet, CadoganSquiire, 
London, on Monday, 25 No- 
vember, bur. at Llandenny, co. 
Monmouth, on Thursday, 28 
November 1901. Will dated 
26 June 1892, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 16, 1902) 7 January 
1902, by the Hon'''^ Malvina 
Charlotte Somerset, the relict, 
and Sidney Ernald Ralph Lane, 
the Exors. 



=Malvina Charlotte, 
eldest dau. of Rear- 
Admiral Sir Malcolm 
MacGregor of Mac- 
Gregor, co. Perth, 
R.N., 4th Bart., by 
Helen I^aura his wife, 
dau. and heir of Hugh 
Seymour, 4th Earl of 
Antrim ; born at 
Lowndes Square, Lon- 
don, 26 October, bapt. 
at Holy Trinity, Sloane 
Street, Chelsea, Lon- 
don, 6 December 1865; 
marr. at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, Lon- 
don (by the Rev. 
George Shaw Munn, 
Rector of Madresfield, 
CO. Worcester, assisted 
by the Rev. James 
Baden Powell), on 
Saturday, 1 1 June 
1892. 



Richard Granville Somerset, 
born 15 August, bapt. at 
St. Paul's, Wimbledon, co. 
Surrey, 23 September 1894. 



Wellesley Henry Somerset, born on 
Tuesday, 5 April, bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, London, 28 April 
1864; died at 58 Rutland Gate, 
Knightsbridge, aged 4 months, on 
Monday, 15 August, bur. in Bromp- 
ton Cemetery, London, 18 August 
1864. _ 

Richard Henry FitzRoy Somerset, 
born at 16 Great Cumberland Street, 
Marylebone, London, on Wednesday, 
9 August, bapt. at St. Paul's, Knights- 
bridge, 12 September 1865 ; 2nd 
Lieutenant Royal Monmouthshire 
Royal Engineers (Militia) 1883, Lieu- 
tenant 1885, Lieutenant Grenadier 
Guards 18 August 1886, Captain 
2 March 1898; A.D.C. to General 
Officer Commanding Forces in 
Ireland 22 December 1892 to 30 
September 1895; died at the Royal 
Southern Hospital, Liverpool, of fever 
contracted whilst serving on the Niger 
with the West African Frontier Force, 
on Wednesday, 2 March, bur. at 
Llandenny on Saturday, 5 March 
1899. Admon was granted at the 
Principal Registry 19 May 1899, to 
the Rt. Hon'''^ George FitzRoy Henry 
Somerset, Baron Raglan, the brother. 



Frederica Susan Katherine, born 31 Nigel FitzRoy Somerset, Ivy Felicia, born 30 March, 

August, bapt. at St. John's, Llandenny, born 27 July, bapt. at bapt. at St. John the Bap- 

5 October 1891 (Sponsor: H.R.H. St. John's, Llandenny, list's, Felixstowe, co. Suffolk, 

Princess Frederica of Hanover). 30 August 1893. i May 1897. 




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]i^nnt of CuIp|)o, to. Suffolk* 



Wright Hunt of Culpho, co. Suffolk (son of Wright Hunt of- 
Culpho, by Ehzabeth his wife, dau. of WiUiam Ling of Otley 
Hall, CO. Suffolk) ; born at Culpho, and bapt. at St. Botolph's, 
Culpho, 13 August 1770; died at Culpho, aged 71, 12 July 
1841, and bur. at Grundisburgh Chapel, co. Suffolk. M.I. Will 
dated 18 January 1839, proved at Ipswich 3 August 1841, by 
Ann Hunt, the relict, James Thompson and John Harris, 
the Exors. 




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=Ann, dau. of John Finch of 
Grundisburgh ; born at 
Grundisburgh 29 May 1786; 
niarr. by licence at Culpho 
30 September 1817 ; died at 
Newbourne, co. Suffolk, aged 
83, 2 August 1869, and bur. 
in the family vault at 
Grundisburgh Chapel. M.I. 
Admon was granted at 
Ipswich 3 February 1870, to 
William Hunt of Culpho, co. 
Suffolk, the son, and one of 
the next of kin. 



Mary Ann, born 22 November 1818; 
marr. at Grundisburgh Chapel in 1837, 
John Harris of Grundisburgh (son of 
Joseph Harris of Grundisburgh) ; born 

22 September 181 1; died at Grundis- 
burgh, aged 65, 21 October 1876, and 
bur. at Grundisburgh Chapel. M.I. Will 
dated 23 August 1869, pioved at Ipswich 

23 November 1876, by Mary Ann Harris, 
the relict, and Joseph Harris, the son, 
both of Grundisburgh, co. Suffolk, and 
Peter Arthur Damant of Witnesham, co. 
Suffolk, the Exors. She died, aged 63, 
8 October 1882, and was bur. at 
Grundisburgh Chapel. M.I. 



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William Hunt of= 
Culpho ; born at 
Culpho 2 7 Feb- 
ruary 1821 ; died 
there, in his 70th 
year, 27 August, 
bur. in the family 
vault at Grundis- 
burgh Chapel I 
September 1890. 
M.I. Will dated 
2 July 18S8, proved 
at Ipswich 12 
December 1890, 
by Sarah Ann 
Phillis Hunt of 
Culpho, the relict, 
the sole Executrix. 



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Sarah Ann Phillis, dau. of 
George Watkins of Clopton, 
CO. Suffolk, by Sarah his wife, 
dau. of William Catt of Wad- 
gate, Felixstowe, co. Suffolk ; 
born at Monewden, co. Suffolk, 
22 June 1828, and bapt. there ; 
marr. at Clopton 27 February 
1848; died at Culpho, in her 
73rd year, 27 September, bur. 
in the family vault at Grun- 
disburgh Chapel 3 October 
1900. M.I. Will dated 
12 September 1899, proved 
at Ipswich 20 May 1901, by 
William Wright Hunt, Arthur 
Rust Hunt and Joseph Hunt, 
the sons, and William Edward 
Kersey, the Exors. 



George Hunt, 
born at Culpho 
4 September 
1852 ; died 
there 1 1 Octo- 
ber 1854, bur. 
at Grundis- 
burgh Chapel. 
M.I. 



William AVright Hunt= 
of Grundisburgh ; born 
at Culpho 4 July 1855, 
bapt. at Grundisburgh 
29 March 1895. 



=Ann Caroline, dau. of Joseph Smith 
of "The Grange," Walton, co. Suf- 
folk, by Ann Boulter his wife, dau. 
of Joshua Catt of Clopton Hall; 
born at Thorpe Hall, Hasketon, 
CO. Suffolk, II July 1857; marr. 
at Hasketon (by the Rev. Arthur 
Maude) 20 January 1881. 



Thompson Hunt 
of Culpho ; Ijoru 
at Culpho 9 Jan- 
uary 1857. 



Arthur Joseph Hunt, 
born 4 April 1886, 
bapt. at Grundis- 
burgh 4 May 1890. 



Cyril Ernest Hunt, 
born 7 January 
1888, bapt. at 
Grundisburgh 4 
May 1890. 



Eveline Annie, 
born I March, 
bapt. at Grun- 
disburgh 7 June 
1891. 



Percy Wright Hunt, 
born 19 April, bapt. 
at Grundisburgh 2 1 
May 1893. 



Hilda Mary, 
born 23 April, 
bapt. at Grun- 
disburgh 23 
May 1897. 



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Wright Hunt of Nt-wbourne, 
CO. Suffolk ; born 2 February 
1823 ; died at Newbourne, 
aged 46, 20 June 1869, and 
bur. in the family vault at 
Grundisburgh Chapel, co. 
Suffolk. M.I. Will dated 
21 October 1868, proved at 
Ipswich 12 August 1869, by 
Joseph Hunt of the City of 
Canterbury, and John Hunt 
of Ipswich, CO. Suffolk, the 
brothers, the Exors. 



Samuel Ling Hunt of King's^ 
Lynn, co. Norfolk ; born at 
Culpho,co. Suffolk, 1 1 April 1825, 
and bapt. there ; died at King's 
Lynn, aged 60, 5 December, bur. 
in the cemetery there 7 December 
1885. Will dated 8 August 1879, 
with codicil dated 24 November 
1883, proved at Norwich 23 Feb- 
ruary 1886, by Sarah Hunt, the 
relict, and Charles Theophilus 
Ives, both of King's Lynn, co. 
Norfolk, two of the Exors. 



=Sarah, dau. of Samuel Denny 
of Combs, CO. Suffolk ; born 
15 November 1825; marr. at 
Combs 16 September 1848; 
died, aged 65, 29 July, bur. in 
the cemetery at King's Lynn 3 
August 1891. Will dated 19 
March 1889, proved at Norwich 
6 February 1892, by Samuel 
Denny Hunt, the son, and 
William John Stanton, two of 
the Exors. 



Emma Sarah, born 12 July, bapt. 
at the Independent Chapel, King's 
Lynn, 14 August 1849 ; marr. 
there 7 November 1873, Frede- 
rick Smith Flanders of Methwold, 
CO. Norfolk (son of Shrevvsberry 
Flanders of Methwold) ; born at 
Methwold 23 May, bapt. there 
20 June 1843. =j= 
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Catherine Ann, born 20 January 1851, and bapt. at the 
Independent Chapel, King's Lynn; marr. there 3 June 1880, 
Alfred F"owler of Papley, co. Northampton (son of John 
Fowler of Papley); born at Papley 28 March, bapt. there 20 
April 1850; died at 10 Victoria Street, Spalding, co. Lincoln, 
19 October, bur. in the cemetery at Spalding 23 October 
1896. She died at 10 Victoria Street, Spalding, 28 June, 
and was bur. in the cemetery at Spalding i July 1898. 

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George Watkins Hunt of= 
Seckford Hall, Great Bealings, 
CO. Suffolk; born 5 December 
1858, and bapt. privately. 



=Emily Jane, dau. of Joseph Smith of "The 
Grange," Walton, co. Suffolk, by Ann Boulter 
his wife, dau. of Joshua Catt of Clopton 
Hall, CO. Suffolk ; born at Thorpe Hall, 
Hasketon, co. Suffolk, 25 April 1861, and 
bapt. privately ; marr. at Hasketon (by the 
Rev. Arthur Maude) 4 September 1884. 



William Hunt, born 27 June 1885, 
and bapt. privately. 



Christmas Hunt, born 24 December 
1886, and bapt. privately; died the 
following day, and bur. in the 
cemetery at VVoodbridge, co, Suffolk. 



Joseph George Hunt, born 16 
March i888, and bapt. privately; 
died, aged 1 1 months, 14 February, 
bur. at Great Bealings 18 February 
1889. _ 

Emily Marjorie, born 10 July 
1889, and bapt. privately. 



Arthur Rust Hunt, 
born at Culpho 19 
August 1 86 1, died 
there 15 October 
following, and bur. 
at Grundisburgh 
Chapel. M.I. 



Ida Mary, born 15 
January 1892, and 
bapt. privately. 



Herbert Joseph Hunt, 
born 27 August 1894, 
and bapt. privately. 



106 



Joseph Hunt of " The Pynes," Canterbury, co. Kent ,■= 
horn at Culpho, co. Suffolk, 8 November 1827, and 
bapt. privately; J. P. for Canterbury. 




<leorgiana, eldest dau. of John 
Pjaldwin of North Road, Clapham 
Park, CO. Surrey, by Ann his wife, 
dau. of Samuel Cowers ; born at 
Stockwell, CO. Surrey, 5 June 1842 ; 
marr. at 'Packet Street Chapel, 
Ipswich, CO. Suffolk (by the Rev. 
Eliazer Jones), on Thursday, 29 
September 1864. 

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Wright Hunt of " Redcliffe,"=Elise Philippa Salkeld, 3rd dau. of John Hoby, by Jeanie Wilkie 
South Canterbury; born at his wife, dau. of Frederick Fleck; born at 29 South Street, 

I Dane John, Canterbury, on Thurloe Square, South Kensington, London, on Monday, 
Sunday, 10 March, bapt. at 17 November, bapt. at Holy Trinity, Brompton, London, 
St. Mildred's, Canterbury, 29 December 1879 ; marr. at St. Peter's, Cranley Gardens, 

II April 1867. South Kensington (by the Rev. William Shuckburgh Swayne, 

the Vicar), on Wednesday, 10 December 1902. 



Mary Ann, eldest dau. of George= 
Onion Mitchell, by Sarah his wife, 
dau. of John Freeman ; born at King's 
Lynn, co. Norfolk, 5 December 1858, 
bapt. at St. Nicholas', King's Lynn, 
2 January 1859 ; marr. at St. John's, 
King's Lynn, i80ctober 1882; died 19 
March, bur. at King's Lynn 24 March 
1 89 1, ist wife. 



^Samuel Denny Hunt= 
of King's Lynn; born 
there 9 June, bapt. 
at the Independent 
Chapel, King's Lynn, 
18 July 1852. 



=Amelia Turner, only child of 
Thomas Robert Billing of 
Bumham, co. Norfolk, formerly 
of King's Lynn, by Mary Ann 
his wife, dau. of John Turner ; 
born 20 December 1858, bapt. 
at South Lynn, co. Norfolk, 
29 January 1859; marr. there 
9 November 1892. 2nd wife. 



Samuel George Hunt, 
born 18 August, bapt. 
at St. John's, King's 
Lynn, 27 August 1885. 



William Leonard 
Hunt, born 5 April, 
bapt. at St. John's, 
King's Lynn, 16 
May 1887. 



Albert Edward Hunt, 
born 12 October, bapt. 
at St. John's, King's 
Lynn, ig November 
1888. 



Hilda Mary, born 
12 December 1890, 
bapt. at St. John's, 
King's Lynn, 1 9 
January 1891. 



Arthur Rust Hunt= 
of Homefields, 
nearlpswich ; born 
at Culpho 16 Au- 
gust 1862, bapt. at 
Grundisburgh co. 
Suffolk, 29 March 
1895. 



=Marian, youngest dau. of Frederick 
Augustus Crisp of The Hall, Playford, 
CO. Suffolk, formerly of Walworth, co. 
Surrey, by Sarah his wife, dau. of John 
Steedman of \Valworth (see Pedigree of 
Sieedman, page Sg) ; born at Walworth 
2 November, bapt. at St. Mary, 
Newington, co. Surrey, 4 December 
1861 ; marr. at Playford (by the Rev. 
John Major Freeman, the Vicar) on 
Thursday, 29 August 1895. 



Joseph Hunt of Culpho and of 
St. John's, Ipswich ; born at 
Culpho 21 March 1866, bapt. at 
the Tabernacle, Penge, co. Kent 
(by the Rev. John Wesley Bond) 
28 June 1899. 



Frederick John Hunt, 
born at Sproughton, co. 
Suffolk, on Monday, 29 
June, bapt. at Playford 
20 August 1896. 



George Rust Hunt, 
born at Sproughton 
on Sunday, 13 June, 
bapt. there 31 Oc- 
tober 1897. 



Ambrose Robert Hunt, 
born at Sproughton on 
Sunday, 30 April, bapt. 
at Playford 27 Septena- 
ber 1899. 



Edmund Crisp Hunt, 
born at Sproughton 
on Friday, 12 April, 
bapt. at Playford 
8 August 1901. 



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John Hunt of Ipswich, co. Suffolk ;= 
born at Culpho, co. Suffolk, 13 May 
1831 ; died, aged 66, i November, 
bur. in the family vault at 
Grundisburgh Chapel, co. Suffolk, 
5 November 1896. M.I. 



=Sarah Elizabeth, dau. of the Rev. Eliazer Jones of Ipswich, 
by Elizabeth his wife, and grand-daughter of David Jones, 
D.IJ., of Carmarthen ; born 11 November 1830; marr. 
at Tacket Street Chapel, Ipswich, 25 June 1862 ; died, 
aged 66, 5 January, bur. in the family vault at Grundis- 
burgh Chapel 9 January 1892. M.I. 



I . 
Lucina, born at Ipswich 11 October, 
bapt. at Tacket Street Chapel, Ipswich, 
II November 1864; marr. at Holy 
Trinity, Ipswich, 23 December 1888, 
William Tunstall Trodd of Ipswich 
(son of William Trodd of Ipswich) ; 
born at Ipswich 6 May 1864, bapt. 
at Holy Trinity, Ipswich, 6 September 
1888. == 



John Ernest Hunt of= 
Walton, CO. Suffolk ; 
born at Ipswich 18 
October, bapt. at 
Tacket Street Chapel, 
Ipswich, 5 January 
1868. 



=Mary, dau. of Thomas Norton, 
by Mary his wife, dau. of John 
Awers ; born at Rochester, co. 
Kent, 1 1 October, bapt. at 
Chatham, co. Kent, 16 No- 
vember 1868; marr. at Calgary, 
Alberta, North America, 21 
August 1890. 



Marion Elizabeth Gertrude, born 
at Calgary, Alberta, North America, 
7 January, bapt. at the English 
church at Calgary 3 February 1892. 



Ernest Eleazer Cecil Hunt, born at Mount 
Pleasant, Reydon, co. Suffolk, 26 September 
1895, bapt. at St. Nicholas Street Chapel, 
Ipswich, 3 January 1896. 



Gertrude Mary, born at Canterbury, co. Kent, 22 August, bapt. at St. Mildred's, Edward Gowers 

Canterbury, 22 September 1868 ; marr. at St. Mary Bredin's, Canterbury (by Hunt, born at 

the Rev. Richard Knott Bolton, uncle of the bridegroom, assisted by the Canterbury 26 

Rev. Joseph John Bambridge, the Vicar), on Thursday, 6 June 1895, Lyndon May, bapt. at 

Bolton (only son of Lyndon Bolton of Burren and Cooleague, co. Cavan, by St. Mildred's, 

Elizabeth Henrietta his wife, dau. of Edward Creed of Ballyclough, co. Canterbury, 24 

Cork); born in Dublin 31 May, bapt. at St. Luke's, Dublin, 27 June i860; June 1870. 
educated at Clifton College and at Clare College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1880, B.A. 1884 ; Assistant Examiner H.M. Patent Office. 



Agnes Amelia, born 5 February 1856, and bapt. at King's Lynn, co. Norfolk; marr. at the 
Independent Chapel, King's Lynn, 9 February 1882, William John Stanton of King's Lynn (son 
of John Neal Stanton of King's Lynn); born 5 March 1857, bapt. at Stepney Chapel, 
King's Lynn, as an adult, 26 April 1881 ; died at King's Lynn 18 January, bur. in the 
cemetery at King's Lynn 21 January 1898. Will dated 18 October 1888, proved at Norwich 
26 February 1898, by Agnes Amelia Stanton, the relict, and Charles Bristow, the Exors. 



I 



108 



Sarah, born at Culpho, co. Suffolk, 28 September 1832; marr. at Grundisburgh Chapel, co. 
Suffolk, 21 November i856, Phillip Cutting of Otley, co. Suffolk (son of Phillip Cutting of 
Abbot's Hall, Pettaugh, co. Suffolk); born at Otley 15 June 1831 ; died there 30 September, 
bur. at Otley 4 October 1890. Adiiion was granted at Ipswich 7 November 1890, to Sarah 
Cutting of Otley, co. Suffolk, the relict. =y 

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Annie Finch, born at Ipswich, co. Suffolk, 
1 1 January, bapt. at Tacket Street Chapel, 
Ipswich, 6 March 187 1 ; marr. at St. Nicholas 
Street Chapel, Ipswich, 9 December 1896, 
David Scott of Bishop's Stortford, co. Hertford 
(son of David Scott of Bishop's Stortford, by 
Margaret his wife, dau. of Richard Ronaldson); 
born at Bishop's Stortford 25 November 1852. 



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Marian Elizabeth, born at Ipswich 3 Fcliruary, 
bapt. at Tacket Street Chapel, Ipswich, 30 
March 1873; marr. at All Saints', Ipswich, 
27 December 1898, Ernest Robert Riches of 
Bishop's Stortford (son of Robert Riches of 
Bishop's Stortford, by Harriet his wife, dau. 
of William Jackson of Magdalen, co. Norfolk) ; 
born at Wereham, co. Norfolk, 30 August 1873. 



Dorothy Ann, born at Winnifred, born at 

Canterbury 6 November, Canterbury 8 January, 

bapt. at St. Mildred's, bapt. at St. Mildred's, 

Canterbury, 5 December Canterbury, 27 Feb- 

1871. ruary 1873. 



Beatrice Frances, born Rhoda Georgiana, 
at Canterbury 19 born at Canterbury 
1 1 January, bapt. at 
St. Mary Bredin's, 
Canterbury, 1 7 Feb- 
ruary 1878. 



March, bapt. at St. 
George's, Canterbury, 
25 April 1874. 



John Henry Hunt, born 29 November 1858, and= 
bapt. at King's Lynn, co. Norfolk; died at 41 
Teviot Street, Poplar, co. Middlesex, 31 October, 
bur. in the East London Cemetery, Plaistow, 
4 November 1897. Adfiion (with will dated 11 
April 1889) was granted (Prin. Reg., 1220, 97) 
19 November 1897, to Eliza Freeman Hunt, the 
relict, the residuary legatee. 



=Eliza Freeman, dau. of George Onion 
Mitchell, by Sarah his wife, dau. of John 
Freeman ; born at King's Lynn 21 January 
1859, bapt. at St. Nicholas', King's Lynn, 
29 August 1861; marr. at St. John's, King's 
Lynn, 28 April 1886; died 17 January, bur. 
in the East London Cemetery, Plaistow, 
22 January 1898. 



Ethel, born at King's Lynn 
7 March, bapt. at St. John's, 
King's Lynn, 4 April 1887. 



Ella Rose, born 16 August, 
bapt. at the Congregational 
Chapel, King's Lynn, 10 
October 1861. 



Wright Albert Hunt, born=Helen Anne, dau. of Alfred Cupit ; 
II June 1867, bapt. at born at Wellington, co. Salop, 15 May 
the Congregational Chapel, 1869, and bapt. at the parish church. 
King's Lynn, 7 April 1868. Wellington ; marr. at All Souls', 

Brighton, co. Sussex, 5 May 1902. 




109 




Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Sable, a bull passant argent. 

Crest. — A denii-Iion rampant or, gorged 
with a wreath, azure and gules. 

Motto. — Taurus gaudet in silvis. 




ligaooti. 



Henry Wood of Woodhill, in= 
Send, CO. Surrey (4th son of 
Thomas Wood of Littleton, co. 
Middlesex, by Mary his wife, 
dau. and heir of Sir Edward 
Williams of Gwernyfed, co. 
Brecon, Bart, [see Pedigree of 
Wood, Vol. I v., page 6gi]); born 
1 1 Augu.st, bapt. at Missenden 
Abbey, co. Buckingham, 14 Sep- 
tember 1782 ; of the Bengal 
Civil Service, Accountant-General, 
Calcutta, R.E. ; died at Torquay, 
CO. Devon, in his 89th year, on 
Friday, 13 January, bur. at South- 
borough, CO. Kent, 19 January 
187 1. Will dated 5 October 
1865, proved 25 February 187 1, 
by Godfrey Thomas Green, and 
son, James Templeton Wood, 
two of the Exors. 



^Margaret Elizabeth, 
dau. of Thomas 
Templeton, Attorney 
of the Supreme Court, 
Calcutta ; born 27 
November 1 789 ; 

marr. at Calcutta 
7 October 1809 ; 
died at Woodhill, in 
her 90th year, on 
Thursday, 18 Sep- 
tember, bur. at South- 
borough 2 7 September 
1879. Will dated 18 
July 1871, proved 
28 November 1879, 
by Godfrey Thomas 
Green and the Rev. 
Henry Christopher 
Lewis, the Exors. 



J^zj.^^^'^^-^-y- 



Margaret Sophia, born 20 July 1810, and bapt. at Calcutta; 
marr. at Bramdean, co. Hants (by the Rev. Charles Walters, the 
Rector), on Tuesday, 25 January 1842, the Rev. John Bury 
Bourne (2nd son of John Bourne of Stalmine Hall and Little 
Walton, both co. Lancaster, J. P. for co. Lancaster, by Mary his 
wife, dau. of John Bury of Salford, co. Lancaster); born 19 
August, bapt. at Childwall, co. Lancaster, 13 September 1809; 
of Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. 1832, M.A. 1836; Rector of 
Colmer, with Priors Dean, co. Hants, 1839-53, ^"d afterwards 
of Colney Horton, co. Hants ; died at Sandon Terrace, 
Liverpool, aged 59, on Thursday, 15 October, bur. in the 
cemetery at Shrewsbury, co. Salop, 19 October i868. Will 
dated 31 December 1864, proved at Liverpool 27 October 1868, 
by Margaret Sophia Bourne of 6 Sandon Terrace, Liverpool, 
the relict, the sole Executri.\, She died at 18 Hereford Square, 
South Kensington, London, in her 89th year, on Friday, 2 June, 
and was bur. in the cemetery at Shrewsbury 6 June 1899. 



Mary, born 17 September 
181 1, and bapt. at Calcutta; 
died at Holden House, 
Southborough, co. Kent, 
aged 46, on Tuesday, 
2 February, bur. at South- 
borough 8 February 1858. 
Will dated 20 January 
1858, proved (Prin. Reg., 
94, 58) 17 February 1858, 
by Margaret Sophia Bourne, 
wife of John Bury Bourne of 
the Council House, Shrews- 
bury, CO. Salop, the sister, 
the sole Executrix. 



{See Pedigree of Bourne, Vol. j, page I4g.) 



Henry Wood of Worthing, = 
CO. Sussex ; born 30 June 
1813, and bapt. at Calcutta, 
India ; of the Madras Civil 
Service ; died at Worthing, 
aged 60, on Friday, 10 
October, bur. at Littleton, 
CO. Middlesex, 16 October 
1873. Will dated 6 May 
1872, proved (Prin. Reg., 
804, 73) I November 1873, 
by Edward Morehead Wood 
of 2 Cloisters, Temple, in 
the City of London, Bar- 
rister-at-Law, the son, the 
sole Exor. 



=Emily Kynersley, dau. 
of Charles Kaye of 
the Island of Jersey ; 
born 14 March 1819; 
marr. at Rajamahendri, 
Madras, India, 5 Jan- 
uary 1844; died at 
Hythe House, Staines, 
CO. Middlesex, aged 39, 
on Sunday, 23 May, 
bur. at Littleton 29 
May 1858. 



Catherine Matilda, born 27 February 
181 5, and bapt. at Calcutta; died at 
" Woodhill," Send, co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 
8 April, bur. at Southborough, co. Kent, 
12 April 1884. Will dated 16 November 

1883, proved (Prin. Reg., 449, 84) 20 May 

1884, by the Rev. Henry Christopher 
Lewis of Binsted Rectory, near Arundel, 
CO. Sussex, and Robert William Bourne 
of 18 Hereford Square, co. Middlesex, 
the nephew, the Exors. 



Louisa Frances, born 19 February 1817; 
died 26 July, bur. at Littleton i August 
1833- 



Emily Charlotte, born at Chingleput, 
Madras, 26 September 1844, bapt. (by 
the Bishop of Madras) 12 January 
1845; marr. at the parish church, Broad- 
water, CO. Sussex (by the Rev. Edward 
King Elliott, the Rector), on Thursday, 15 
November 1866, Major-General George 
Edward Henry Beauchamp-Proctor of 
Hurst Lodge, co. Berks (eldest son of 
George Thomas Beauchamp-Proctor of the 
Hon''''= East India Co.'s Service, by Hester 
Maria Fredericka his wife, dau. of Thomas 
Daniel); born at Madras 21 March 1834, 
and bapt. there ; of the Madras Infantry ; 
entered the Army 23 July 1854, Major- 
General 23 September 1890, retired 26 
January 1892 ; died, aged 60, on Thursday, 
19 July, bur. at Hurst 23 July 1894. Will 
dated 13 October 1886, with codicil dated 
18 May 1894, proved (Prin. Reg., 890, 94) 
I August 1894, by Emily Charlotte 
Beauchamp-Proctor, the relict, and Louisa 
Mary Catherine Beauchamp-Proctor, 
spinster, a daughter, the Executrixes. 



Caroline, born at Madras 
29 October, bapt. at 
Cuddalore, Madras, 3 1 
December 1848. 



Edward Morehead Wood, 
born at Cuddalore, Madras, 
3 November, bapt. there 
9 December 1849 ; of 
the Middle Temple, Bar- 
rister-at-Law ; Procurator 
and Advocate-General of 
the Mauritius ; died at 
Mauritius 4 July 1881. 
Will dated 23 January 
1879, proved (Prin. Reg., 
703, 81) 29 September 
1 88 1, by Caroline Wood 
of Earley, co. Berks, 
spinster, the sister, the 
sole Executrix. 



Henrietta, born at 
Hythe House, Staines, 
on Sunday, 16 May, 
bapt. at Southborough 
II July 1858; died 
at Santa Margherita, 
Liguro, Italy, aged 2 2, 
on Thursday, 7 April, 
bur. at Littleton 1 1 
June 1 88 1. Will 

dated 28 October 
1880, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 704, 81) 12 
September 1881, by 
Caroline Wood of the 
Manor House, Earley, 
CO. Berks, spinster, 
the sister, the sole 
Executrix. 



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James Templeton Wood of lo Pembridge= 
Gardens, Bayswater, London ; born 7 No- 
vember 181 9, and bapt. at Moradabad, 
North-VVest Provinces, India ; educated at 
Eton and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1841, M.A. 1844; a Student of the 
Inner Temple 22 January 1838 (then 
aged 18), called to the Bar 31 January 
1845; died at Stradmore, Llandyssil, co. 
Cardigan, in his 68th year, on Wednesday, 
19 October, bur. at Littleton, co. Middlesex, 
25 October 1887. Will proved (Prin. 
Reg., 987, 87) 29 November 1887, by 
Mary Elizabeth Wood of 10 Pembridge 
Gardens, co. Middlesex, the relict, the 
sole E.xecutrix. 



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=Mary Elizabeth, 4th 
dau. of Richard 
Moon of Shaw 
Street, Liverpool, by 
Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of William 
Bradley Frodsham 
of Liverpool (see 
Pedigree of Brockle- 
bank, Vol. g, pages 
J 41 and 142); born 
in Liverpool 24 Oc- 
tober 1823, bapt. at 
St. Peter's, Liverpool, 
II October 1824; 
marr. at Aigburth, 
CO. Lancaster, 10 
March 1858. 



Edward Wood, 
infancy at Rome. 



died 



Henrietta, born 11 August 
1825, and bapt. at Calcutta, 
India ; died at Holden 
House, Southborough, co. 
Kent, aged 31, on Friday, 
19 June, bur. at South- 
borough 27 June 1857. 
Will dated 29 August 1849, 
proved (P.C.C., 658, 57) 
II August 1857, by Mary 
Wood, spinster, the sister, 
the sole Executrix. 



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Henry James Theodore Wood of= 
Fingest Cottage, near High 
Wycombe, co. Buckingham ; born 
at 42 Inverness Road, Bayswater, 
London, on Monday, 23 March, bapt. 
at St. Mary's, Paddington, London, 
6 May 1863; Scholar of Eton and 
of Pembroke College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaehnas Term, 
1882, B.A. 1885, M.A. 1889; 
Barrister-at-Law of 
Temple, admitted 8 
called 17 November 
Lincoln's Inn; J. P. 
ingham 1899; Member of the 
Alpine Club ; a Director of the 



the Inner 
March 1887, 
1890, and of 
for CO. Buck- 
Member 
Director 



French Hospital (La Providence); 
on the Committee of the Most 
Honourable and Loyal Society of 
Ancient Britons. 



=Ellen Beatrice, 3rd dau. of Sydney Henry Jones-Parry of 
Ty-llwydd, co. Cardigan, sometime Captain in the Royal 
Madras Fusiliers, J. P. and D.L. for co. Cardigan, High 
Sheriff for co. Cardigan 187 1, by Dorothea Anne his wife, 
only child of Charles Arthur Prichard of Ty-llwydd, J. P. 
and D.L. for the counties of Brecon and Cardigan ; born 
at St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. Sussex, on Wednesday, 
7 February 1866, and bapt. there; marr. at St. James', 
Paddington, London (by the Rev. Ernest John Heriz 
Smith), on Saturday, 27 July 1889. 



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Katherine Margaret Love, born at Molewood 
House, Hertford, on Monday, 5 December, 
bapt. at St. Andrew's, Hertford, on the Feast 
of the Holy Innocents', 28 December 1898. 



Nicholas Crispin Wood, bom at Fingest 
Cottage, near High Wycombe, on Thurs- 
day, 25 October, bapt. at Lane End, co. 
Buckingham, 19 November 1900. 



J^. T I . Cjcra^ 



CooDc. 



Charles Coode of Bodmin, co. Cornwall (youngest son of Edward= 
Coode of Methleigh, co. Cornwall, by Betty his wife, 2nd dau. 
of the Rev. John Penrose, Vicar of St. Gluvias, co. Cornwall 
[see Pedigree of Coode of Polapit Tamar, co. Cormvall, Vol. 2, 
page 18]); born 22 March 1780, and bapt. at St. Gluvias; died at 
Bodmin, aged 83, 4 October, bur. there 9 October 1863. Will 
dated 20 April 1850, proved at Bodmin 14 October 1863, by 
Anne Coode of Bodmin, co. Cornwall, spinster, the daughter, 
the sole Executrix. 



=Ann, dau. of the Rev. 
Joseph Bcnnet, Rector 
of VVigborough, co. Essex; 
marr. at St. Breock, co. 
Cornwall, 31 August 1809; 
died at Bodmin, aged 71, 
14 March, bur. there 20 
March 1850. 



Betty Ann, bapt. at Bodmin 28 August 
1810; died 16 July 18 18, and bur. at 
Budock, CO. Cornwall. 



Charles Edward Coode, bapt. at Bodmin 
26 January 1813 ; an Otificer in the Royal 
Navy ; marr. Jane Fisher. He died s.p. 
19 September 1867. 



Jane, bapt. at Bodmin 10 March 1814; 
died 25 May 18 14, and bur. at Bodmin. 



Charlotte Frances, bapt. at Bodmin 30 
April 1815; marr. there 17 September 
1850, the Rev. John Symonds (eldest son 
of John Symonds of Falmouth, co. Corn- 
wall, by Mary Ann his wife); born 25 No- 
vember 181 5, bapt. at Falmouth 16 April 
1816; of Clare College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1839; Rector of Baldhu, co. Cornwall, 
1855; ^^^^ s.p. at Baldhu, aged 73, and 
bur. there 13 March 1888. She died at 
Truro, co. Cornwall, aged 77, 19 March, 
and was bur. at Baldhu 22 March 1893. 
Will dated 5 July 1892, proved at Bodmin 
15 June 1893, by William Coode, the 
cousin, the sole Exor. 



Sir John Coode, K.C.M.G. ;= 
born 1 1 November, bapt. pri- 
vately 14 November 1816 
(baptism registered at Bodmin) ; 
educated at the Grammar School, 
Bodmin ; Civil Engineer ; a 
Member of the Royal Commis- 
sion on Harbours in 1858-59; 
Member of the Institution of 
Civil Engineers 1849, President 
1889-91 ; knighted 1872, 
K.C.M.G. 1886 ; Engineer-in- 
Chief of the Harbours of 
Portland, Colombo and Table 
Bay ; died at 83 Marine Parade, 
Brighton, co. Sussex, in his 76th 
year, on Wednesday, 2 March, 
bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London, 5 March 1892. Will 
dated 7 November 1884, with 
two codicils dated respectively 
30 December 1886 and 22 
January 1892, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 416, 92) 21 April 1892, 
lay John Charles Coode, William 
Shield and the Rev. Frederick 
Arthur Cecil Lillingston, three 
of the Exors. 



Jane Dod, eldest 
dau. of William 
Price of Weston- 
super-Mare, CO. 
Somerset, byjane 
his wife ; born 
29 April 1816; 
marr. at Bath, 
CO. Somerset, 5 
October 1842 ; 
died at Cum- 
berland House, 
Kensington, Lon- 
don, in her 8ist 
year, on Thurs- 
day, 1 5 July, bur. 
in Kensal Green 
Cemetery, Lon- 
don, 20 July 
1896. Adiiion 
was granted at 
the Principal 
Registry 21 Oc- 
tober 1896, to 
John Charles 
Coode. 



Fanny Jane, born at Taunton, co. Somerset, 4 July 1843; marr. at St. John's, Paddington, 
London (by the Rev. Sir Emilius Bayley, Bart., the Vicar, assisted by the Rev. Philip Hayman 
Dod, Master of St. John's, Lichfield, co. Stafford), on Thursday, 30 October 1873, William 
Shield (elder son of William Shield of Colville Road, London, by Mary his wife, 2nd dau. of 
John Turner of Morpeth, co. Northumberland, and great-grand-daughter of Sir John Pringle 
of Stitchill, CO. Roxburgh, 2nd Bart.) ; born at Newcastle-on-Tyne, co. Northumberland, 
I March 1845; educated at the Grammar School, Bath; Member of the Institution of Civil 
Engineers and a Fellow of the Royal Society, Edinburgh. 

T 



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Lucy, bapt.at Anne, born 26 February, bapt. at Bodmin 19 April 1820; marr. at St. Michael's, 

Bodmin, co. Baldhu, co. Cornwall, 17 June 1869, William Pearce of Bodmin (2nd son of 

Cornwall, 30 Edward Pearce of Bodmin, Lord of the Manor of Bodwannick, Mayor of 

June 1818 ; Bodmin 1836, by Mary his wife, dau. of the Rev. Richard Eliot, B.A. of 'I'rinity 

died 23 Sep- College, 0.\ford, Vicar of Maker and of St. Teath, co. Cornwall) ; born at 

tember 1819, Bodmin 9 January 1820, and bapt. privately (baptism registered at Bodmin); 

and bur. at died s.p. 4 February, bur. in the cemetery at Bodmin 9 February 1875. 

Bodmin. Will dated 29 December 1869, proved at Bodmin 11 March 1875, by Anne 
Pearce of Bodmin, the relict, the sole Executrix. 



John Charles Coode of= 
19 Freeland Road, Ealing, 
CO. Middlesex ; born 23 
November 1844, and bapt. 
at Plymouth, co. Devon ; 
Member of the Institution 
of Civil Engineers 1883; 
Ofificer of the Belgian 
Order of Leopold. 



=CIara Louisa youngest dau. of Lieut-Colonel Griffiths of the 
6th Royal Warwickshire Regiment and 25th King's Own 
Borderers, by Emma his wife, dau. of Lieut. -Colonel Hugh Maurice 
Scott of the 6th Royal Warwickshire Regiment; born 19 July, 
bapt. at St. George's, Douglas, Isle of Man, 17 .August 1847; 
marr. at St. Thomas', Douglas (by the Rev. Samuel Simpson, 
assisted by the Rev. Francis Pierpoint Burton Norman Hutton, 
the Vicar), on Thursday, 19 September 1872. 



John Griffiths Coode, born at St. Helier, 
Jersey, on Tuesday, 29 July 1873, and 
bapt. at St. Mark's, St. Helier. 



Charles Arthur Penrose Coode, born at 
St. Helier on AVednesday, 19 August 
1874, and bapt. at St. Mark's, St. 
Helier ; of Keble College, Oxford, 
matriculated 1893, B.A. 1896. 



Arthur Trevenen Coode, born at 16 
Queen's Road, St. Helier, on Saturday, 
S February 1876, and bapt. at St. Mark's, 
St. Helier; of Jesus College, Cambridge, 
matriculated 1895, B.A. 1898 ; Civil 
Engineer. 



Loui Dorothy Scott, born at 7 Alexandra Villas, 
Uxbridge Road, Shepherd's Bush, co. Middlesex, on 
Friday, i February, bapt. at St. Luke's, Shepherd's 
Bush, 9 July 1878; marr. at Christ Church, Ealing 
(by the Rev. Robert Jones, Rector of Banham, 
CO. Norfolk, assisted by the Rev. Septimus Hebert, 
Vicar of Iver, co. Buckingham, and the Rev. 
Templeton King, the Vicar), on Thursday, 22 
December 1898, Foster Knowles (eldest son of 
William Knowles of 48 Moorgate Street, London, 
and of " Ribblesdale," Streatham, co. Surrey, by 
Emma Lcetitia his wife, dau. of William Paxton) ; 
born at Clapham Park, co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 
26 November 1867 ; educated at Harrow and 
at Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1887, B.A. 1890, M.A. 1894. 

I 



Maurice William Coode, born at Mecklenburg Lodge, Grange Road, 
Ealing, co. Middlesex, on Saturday, i November 1879, bapt. at Christ 
Church, Ealing, 9 January 1880; Civil Engineer; Captain 3rd 
Battalion Wiltshire (The Duke of Edinburgh's) Regiment (Militia) 
1902; served during South African War 1901, at St. Helena in 
charge of Boer prisoners (medal). 



Barbara Cecil, born at 
Mecklenburg Lodge, 
Grange Road, Ealing, 
on Tuesday, 2 5 January, 
bapt. at Christ Church, 
Ealing, 30 April 1881. 



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Eleanor Lucy, born at Weymouth, co. Dorset, 3 September, bapt. at St. Mary's, Melcombe 
Regis, CO. Dorset, 2 October 1850; marr. at St. John's, Paddington, London (by the 
Rev. James Fleming, B.D., Canon of York and Vicar of St. Michael's, Chester Square, 
London, assisted by the Rev. Sir Emilius Bayley, Bart., the Vicar), on Tuesday, 20 July 1886, 
as his 2nd wife, the Rev. Frederick Arthur Cecil Lillingston (youngest son of Charles Lillingston 
of The Chauntry, Ipswich, co. Suffolk, by Harriot his wife, only dau. of the Rev. Charles 
William Fonnereau of Christchurch Park, Ipswich); born at Christchurch Park, Ipswich, 11 July 
1837, bapt. privately (baptism registered at St. Margaret's, Ipswich, 19 April 1840); of Trinity 
College, Dublin, 1854-60, B.A. 1859, M.A. 1870; Archdeacon of Yass, Goulbourn, New South 
Wales, 1869-71, Vicar of Broxbourne, co. Hertford, 1872-78, of St. Barnabas', Islington, 
London, 1878-87, of St. James', Clapham, co. Surrey, 1887-99, ^"d of Havering-atte-Bower, co. 
Essex, 1899-1902, formerly Chaplain at Christ Church, Madras, India; marr. istly, at 
St. Leonard's, Hythe, co. Kent (by the Rev. Henry Sewell, Vicar of Headcorn, co. Kent, uncle 
of the bride, assisted by the Rev. Edward Lillingston, Incumbent of St. George's, Birmingham, 
uncle of the bridegroom), on Wednesday, 5 September i860, Charlotte Jane, 4th dau. of the 
Rev. James Isaac Monypenny, Vicar of Hadlow, co. Kent; born 20 March, bapt. at St. Leonard's, 
Hythe, 26 June 1839 ; died at Highbury Park, London, leaving issue, on Thursday, i May, bur. 
in Highgate Cemetery, London, 5 May 1884. M.I. Admon was granted at the Principal 
Registry 4 June 1884, to the Rev. Frederick Arthur Cecil Lillingston of 61 Highbury Park, 
London, the husband. =p 

A 

{See Pedigree of Lillingston, Vol. g, page jp). 



Clara Penrose, born 28 July, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Melcombe Regis, 26 
August 1852 ; marr. by special 
licence at St. John's, Paddington, 
London (by the Rt. Rev. Rowley 
Hill, D.IX, Bishop of Sodor and 
Man, assisted by the Rev. Philip 
Hayman Dod, Master of St. John's, 
Lichfield, co. Stafford), on Wednes- 
day, II October 1882, Godfrey 
Massy Molony of 14 Carlton Road, 
Southampton (son of Chartres Brew 
Molony of Ennis, co. Clare, by 
Alice [his cousin] his wife, youngest 
dau. and coheiress of James Barry 
of Rockstown, co. Limerick) ; born 
at Ennis 11 January 1S54, and 
bapt. there privately. 



Edith Constance, born 28 September, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Melcombe Regis, 13 November 1S63; marr. at Emmanuel 
Church, Paddington, London (by the Rev. Robert 
Faraker, the Vicar, brother of the bridegroom, assisted 
by the Rev. Frederick Arthur Cecil Lillingston, Vicar of 
Havering-atte-Bower, brother-in-law of the bride), on 
Tuesday, 23 July 1901, as his 2nd wife, Frederick 
Faraker of Tottenham, co. Middlesex (youngest son of 
Robert F'araker of Peel, Isle of Man, by Charlotte his 
wife, dau. of John Christian) ; born at Peel, Isle of Man, 
17 August 1856. He marr. istly at Edmonton, co. 
Middlesex, by licence, on Friday, 25 July 1884, Clara 
Maria, dau. of Charles Augustus Page of Baldock, co. 
Hertford. She died 29 January, and was bur. in the 
cemetery at Tottenham i February 1896. 




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HRotJliam of H^oliliam, co- jBlortljumberlanli. 



Roddam John Roddam of Roddam, co.= 
Northumberland (eldest son of Joseph Falder 
of Alnwick, co. Northumberland [who assumed 
the name and arms of Roddam on succeeding 
to the estates, on the death of William 
Roddam of Roddam, 6 November 1864, in 
compliance with and under the will of his 
godfather and kinsman, the late Admiral 
Robert Roddam], by Elizabeth his wife, dau. 
of Robert Laing of Birdhopegraig, co. 
Northumberland) ; bom 26 December 1800, 
bapt. at St. Michael's, Alnwick, i November 
1805; J. P. for CO. Northumberland, High 
Sheriff 1872; died at "Tynwald," Grove Park, 
Chiswick, CO. Middlesex, in his 8ist year, on 
Wednesday, 9 March, bur. in the cemetery at 
Peel, Isle of Man, on Tuesday, 15 March 1881. 
Will dated 9 November 1880, proved (Prin. Reg., 624, 81) 18 August 
1881, by Roddam John Roddam of Swiss Cottage, Addlestone, Wey bridge, 
CO. Surrey, gent., the grandson, and James Charles Stevenson of Jedburgh, 
CO. Roxburgh, in North Britain, two of the Exors. 




Arms on record in the College 
of Arins.—G\i[es, on a bend 
ermine, three cinquefoils sable. 



=Hannah Reed, dau. 
of Robert Laing 
of Plenderleith, 
CO. Roxburgh, and 
widow of Edward 
Thomas Fairless of 
Bishop Auckland, 
CO. Durham ; marr. 
24 July 182 1 ; died 
atGlasgow, aged 68, 
8 August, bur. in 
Sighthill Cemetery, 
Glasgow, 13 August 
1850. 



Roddam Falder 
(twin with 

Robert) ; bom 
23 September 
1822; died at 
Glasgow, aged 
37. . 8 . May, 
bur. in Sighthill 
Cemetery, Glas- 
gow, 1 4 May 
i860. 



■Elizabeth Scott, 
dau. of William 
Wyse of Greenock, 
CO. Renfrew, and of 
Glasgow, by Mary 
his wife, dau. of 
William Jamieson ; 
born at Grahames- 
towTi, Falkirk, co. 
Stirhng, and bapt. 
at Greenock ; marr. 
at Kingston, near 
Glasgow (by the 
Rev. Dr. Pollock), 
18 April 1851. 



Robert Falder (twin==Jean, dau. of Robert Scott Other 



with Roddam) ; born 
23 September 1822; 
died at Calcutta, 
India,8 August 1855, 
and bur. there. 



of Hamburg, Merchant ; 
marr. at Adelaide, New 
South Wales, 29 April 1855; 
died 3 October 1862. 



Adelaide Robina Winifrede Roddam, born at Edinburgh 
22 April 1856, and bapt. there; marr. at Woolston, co. 
Hants, 12 December 1882, Lieut.-Colonel James 
Edward Nicholson (eldest son of Edward Nicholson, 
by Annie Morris Goodbody his wife); born 21 January 
1857; Surgeon Royal Army Medical Corps 6 March 
1880, Surgeon-Major 6 March 1892, Lieut.-Colonel 
4 September 1901 ; served in South African War 1899 
-1901; Army Interpreter in French, Lieut.-Colonel 
Reserve of Officers 26 November 1902. 

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Mary Wyse, born at Glasgow iS March, bapt. at Kingston, near Glasgow, Hannah Reed 

23 May 1852 ; marr. at St. George's, Hanover Square, London, 13 May 1880, Laing, born at 

(ieorge Drinkwater of Kirby, near Douglas, Isle of Man (eldest son of Glasgow 10 

Sir William Leece Drinkwater of Kirby, H.M. First Deemster of the Isle June, bapt. at 

of Man 1854-97, J. P. and Member of the Council, by Elinor Drinkwater Kingston, near 

his wife, 3rd dau. of Peter Bourne of Hackinsall, co. Lancaster [see Pedigree Glasgow, 6 Au- 

of Bourne, Vol. j, page vjz] ) ; bom 12 October 1852; educated at Eton gust 1854. 
and at Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1875, M.A. 1878; Barrister-at-Law 
of Lincoln's Inn 1877 ; Seneschal and a J. P. for the Isle of Man. 

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Roddam John Roddam= 
of Roddam, co. North- 
umberland ; born at 
86 West Street, Glas- 
gow, 6 March 1857 
(registered at Glasgow 
25 March 1857); of 
Clare College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. I 880; 
Major 5th Battalion 
Northumberland Fusi- 
liers (Mihtia) 26 Jan- 
uary 1901 ; J. P. for CO. 
Northumberland. 



=Helen Fredericka, youngest 
dau. of Captain Alexander 
Taubman Goldie, R.N., of 
" The Hermitage," Isle of 
Man, by Mary his wife, 
youngest dau. of Richard 
Simpson of Mellor Lodge, 
CO. Chester, and of "The 
Cliff," Douglas, Isle of Man, 
J. P. and D.L. {see Pedigree 
of Simpson, Vol. 10, page 
152) ; born at Douglas 22 
February 1858, and bapt. 
at Braddan, Isle of Man ; 
marr. at the parish church, 
Braddan (by the Ven'''= 
Archdeacon of the diocese, 
assisted by the Rev. William 
Drury, the Vicar), on 
Tuesday, i July 1879. 



Elizabeth Margaret, bom at 86 West 
Street, Glasgow, 6 January 1859 
(registered at Glasgow 26 January 1859); 
marr. at All Saints', St. John's Wood, 
London, 5 June 1892, Louis Edgar 
Stevenson of Temple Sowerby, co. West- 
moreland (son of James Charles Steven- 
son of Mount Ulston, Jedburgh, co. 
Roxburgh, by Sarah Binns his wife) ; 
bom at Jedburgh 31 January 1864, and 
bapt. there ; of Christ's College, Cam- 
bridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 
1883, B.A. 1886, M.B., B.C. 1889; 
F.G.S. Lond. ; formerly Senior House 
Surgeon Cumberland Infirmary. She 
died at Temple Sowerby, aged 43, 
29 December 1902, and was bur. there 
I January 1903. =,= 
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Helen Mary Goldie, born at Olive Margaret Rickman, Robert Collingwood Roddam, 

Swiss Cottage, Addlestone, co. born at Swiss Cottage, born at Roddam Hall on 

Surrey, on Thursday, 6 May, Addlestone, on Sunday, Friday, 10 January, bapt. at 

bapt. at Ottershaw, co. Surrey, 8 June 1884. Ilderton, co. Northumberland, 

20 June 1880. 24 February 1890. 



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Arms on record in the College of Arms.- 
Argent, a chief gules. 
Crest. — A wyvem vert. 
Motto. — Quam plurimis prodesse. 



lEorskf) of |^ol)ingf)am, 
to. ^orfe. 



Sir William Worsley of Hovingham= 
Hall, North Riding, co. York, 
Bart. (3rd son of the Rev. George 
Worsley, Rector of Stonegrave and 
Scawton, co. York, by Anne his wife, 
4th dau. of Sir Thomas Cayley of 
Brompton Hall, co. York, Bart.) ; 
born at the Rectory, Stonegrave, on 
Sunday, 26 August, bapt. privately 
28 August 1792 (baptism registered 
at Stonegrave); J. P. and D.L. for 
North Riding, co. York ; succeeded 
to the family estates at Hovingham 
and elsewhere on the death un- 
married of his uncle, Edward 
Worsley of Hovingham, 21 March 
1830; created a Baronet 10 August 
1838 ; died at Hovingham, aged 86, 
on Wednesday, 5 March, bur. in 
the family vault at Hovingham on 
Tuesday, 11 March 1879. 




=Sarah Philadelphia, 4th 
dau. of Sir (leorge 
Cayley of Brompton, co. 
York, 6th Bart., by Sarah 
his wife, only dau. of 
the Rev. George Walker 
of Nottingham, F.R.S. ; 
born at York 21 Oct. 
i8o3;marr.at Brompton, 
CO. York, 18 Jan. 1827; 
died at 7 Esplanade 
Road, Scarborough, co. 
York, in her 82nd year, 
on Thursday evening, 23 
April, bur. in the family 
vault at Hovingham on 
Friday, i May 1885. 
Will dated 31 Aug. 1882, 
with codicil dated 2 June 
1883, proved (Prin. Reg., 
84, 86) 15 Jan. 1886, 
by Sir George Allanson 
Cayley of Brompton 
Hall, CO. York, Bart., 
one of the Exors. 



Thomas Robin- Harriet Philadelphia, = 
son Worsley, his cousin, only child 
born at York of Captain Marcus 
Oct., bapt. Worsley, R.N., of Cliff 
House,Terrington, and 
of Conyngham Hall, co. 
York (brother of Sir 
William Worsley, ist 
Bart.), by Harriet his 
wife, dau. of Joshua 
Hamer, and widow of 
Andrew Barlow ; marr. 
at Knaresborough, co. 
York, 4 July 1S54; 
died at the residence of 
Lady Sitwell, "Wood- 
end," Scarborough, on 
Friday, 11 Aug., bur. 
in the churchyard at 
Wednesday, 1 6 Aug. 
(with will annexed, 
dated 6 May 1878) was granted at York 
16 Feb. 1894, to Sir William Cayley 
Worsley, Bart., the residuary legatee, 
ist wife. ^ 

0dr 



privately 30 Oct. 
1827 (baptism 
registered at St. 
Michael's, Spur- 
riergate, York); 
died at Hoving- 
ham, aged 28, 
on Wednesday, 
17 Oct., bur. in 
the family vault 
at Hovingham 
on Monday, 22 
Oct. 1855. 



Hovingham on 
1893. Adinon 



=Colonel Sir William Cayley Worsley of= 
Hovingham Hall, Bart. ; born at York 
6 Dec, bapt. privately 14 Dec. 1828 
(baptism registered at St. Michael's-le- 
Belfry, York); educated at Shrewsbury 
and at Trinity College, Cambridge ; 
a Student of the Inner Temple 14 
Nov. 1850, called to the Bar 30 April 
1855 ; J. P. and D.L. for North Riding, 
CO. York ; Hon. Colonel 2nd Volunteer 
Battalion Yorkshire Regiment ; suc- 
ceeded his father as 2nd Bart. 5 March 
1879; died s.p. at Hovingham, in his 
69th year, at 1.30. p.m., on Friday, 
10 Sept., bur. in the churchyard at 
Hovingham, by the side of his first 
wife, on Tuesday, 14 Sept. 1897. Will 
dated 11 March i8g6, with codicil 
dated 19 Feb. 1897, proved at York 
23 Dec. 1897, by Sir William Henry 
Arthington Worsley, Bart., James 
Digby Legard, and James Worsley 
Pennyman, Barrister-at-Law, three of 
the Exors. 



=Susan Elizabeth, 
youngest dau. of 
Henry Wynd- 
ham Phillips of 
"Hollowcombe," 
Sydenham, co. 
Kent, and of 
8 George Street, 
Hanover Square, 
London, by 

Susan Katherine 
his wife, dau. of 
the Rev. George 
Kelly Holds- 
worth, Vicar of 
Aldborough, co. 
York ; born at 
Sydenham on 
Sunday, 7 April 
1 861; marr. at the 
parish church, 
Brighton, co. Sus- 
sex (by Rev. John 
Julius Hannah, 
the Vicar), on 
Wednesday, 1 1 
March 1896. 2nd 
wife. 



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Arthington Worsley,= 
born 2 1 December 
1830; died at Mal- 
vern, CO. Worcester, 
aged 30, on Mon- 
day, 3 June, bur. 
in the family vault 
at Hovingham, co. 
York, II June 1861. 



=Marianne Christina Isabella, youngest dau. and coheiress of Colonel 
the Hon'''^ Henry Hely-Hutchinson of Weston Hall, co. Northampton, 
by Harriet his wife (widow of the Hon'''^ Frederick Sylvester North 
Douglas), eldest dau. of William Wrightson of Cusworth, co. York ; 
born 5 May 1832 ; marr. at St. George's, Hanover Square, London 
(by the Rev. Henry Howarth, the Rector), on Tuesday, 13 March 
i860; died at Cliff Hall, Terrington, co. York, on Friday, 11 August, 
bur. in the family vault at Hovingham on Tuesday, 15 August 1893. 
Will dated 15 November 1890, proved at York 9 November 1893, by 
Sir William Cayley Worsley, Bart., the brother-in-law, the surviving Exor. 



Sir William Henry= 
Arthington Worsley 
of Hovingham Hall, 
CO. York, Bart.; born 
at I Upper Brook 
Street, Grosvenor 

Square, London, on 
Saturday, 12 January, 
bapt. at Hovingham 
19 March 1861 ; 
educated at Eton and 
at New College, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 16 
October 1 880, aged 1 9, 
B. A. 1884; Major 2nd 
Volunteer Battalion 
(Princess of Wales' 
Own) Yorkshire Regi- 
ment 1895-96; J. P. 
and County Alderman 
for North Riding, co. 
York ; succeeded his 
uncle. Sir William 
Cayley Worsley, as 3rd 
Bart. 10 September 
1897. 



Augusta Mary Chivers, 
eldest dau. of Edward 
Chivers Bower of " Brox- 
holme," Scarborough, co. 
York, J. P. and D.L. for 
West Riding, and J. P. for 
North Riding, co. York, 
by Amelia Mary his wife, 
2nd surviving dau. of 
William Bennet Martin 
of \Vorsborough Hall, co. 
York ; born at Tickhill 



Castle, CO. 
Friday, 12 
1862, bapt. 



York, on 

December 

at Tickhill 



10 January 1863; marr. 
at St. Martin's-on-the- 
Hill, Scarborough (by 
the Rev. John William 
Chaloner, Rector of 
Newton Kyme, co. York, 
great-uncle of the bride, 
assisted by the Rev. 
Robert Henning Parr, 
the Vicar), on Thursday, 
13 October 1887. 



Arthington Worsley= 
of Mandeville 

House, Isleworth, 
CO. Middlesex; born 
(posthumous)at the 
residence of Sir 
William Worsley, 
Bart., 41 Harley 
Street, London, on 
Monday, 9 De- 
cember 1861 ; Civil 
Engineer. 



=Helen, dau. of Samuel 
Heath Harding, by 
Selina Pomeroy his 
wife ; marr. in London 
6 January 1900. She 
marr. istly at Bourne- 
mouth, CO. Hants, 
9 August 1886, Frank 
Bartlett Thomas Grif- 
fiths of Stourbridge, CO. 
Worcester, who died, 
aged 30, 21 April, and 
was bur. at Bishop's 
Froome, co. Hereford, 
26 April 1888. 



Marcus Rurik Worsley, 
born at Mandeville 
House, Isleworth, 28 
May 1901. 



Winifred Mary, born at Westhorpe 
House, Scarborough, on Sunday, 
9 December 1888, bapt. at St. 
Martin's-on-the-Hill, Scarborough, 
9 January 1889. 



William Arthington Worsley, born 
at Hovingham Hall on Easter Eve, 
Saturday, 5 April, bapt. at Hoving- 
ham 4 May 1890. 



Edward Marcus Worsley, born at 
Gilling Castle, co. York, on Satur- 
day, 13 June, bapt. at East Gilling 
17 July 1891. 



Ethel Isabel, born at "The Lodge," 
Terrington, co. York, on Wednesday, 
19 October, bapt. at Terrington 
27 November 1892. 



Victoria, born at 
Hovingham Hall 
on Friday, 23 
February, bapt. at 
Hovingham (by 
the Archbishop of 
York) on Tuesday, 
13 March 1900. 



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Sophia Harriet, died 
at Hovingham Hall, 
CO. York, aged 19, 
15 August, bur. in 
the family vault at 
Hovingham 20 Au- 
gust 1849. 



Catherine Louisa, born at Scarborough 28 July 1832, and bapt. there; 
marr. at St. James', Piccadilly, London (by the Rev. Thomas Worsley, 
D.D., Master of Downing College, Cambridge, uncle of the bride), on 
Tuesday, 5 July 1859, her cousin. Sir George AUanson Cayley of 
Brompton Hall, co. York, Bart, (eldest son of Sir Digby Cayley, 
7th Bart., by Dorothy his wife, 2nd dau. and eventually sole heir of the 
Rev. George Allanson of Middleton, Quernhow, co. York, Prebendary 
of Ripon, and Rector of Hodnet, co. Salop); born 31 December 1831; 
educated at Eton ; Lieutenant Yorkshire Hussars Yeomanry Cavalry ; 
Registrar of Deeds for North Riding, co. York, J. P. and D.L. for 
North Riding, J. P. for the counties of Denbigh and Flint, High Sheriff 
for CO. Denbigh 1883; succeeded his father as 8th Bart. 21 December 
1883; died at Port Said, Egypt, in his 64th year, on Thursday, 10 
October, bur. at Brompton, co. York, on Monday, 4 November 
1895. Will dated 28 October 1891 with three codicils dated 
respectively 9 November 1891, 19 April 1894, and 12 February 1895, 
proved at York 29 April 1896, by Sir George Everard Arthur Cayley, 
Bart., the son, and Richard Frederick Birch of Maes Elwy, St. Asaph, 
the Exors. =j= 

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Anne Barbara, born 
8 December, bapt. 
privately 15 Decem- 
ber 1833 (baptism 
registered at Hoving- 
ham, CO. York). 



Agnes Isabella, born 
21 September, bapt. 
privately i October 
1836 (baptism regis- 
tered at Hovingham). 



Emma Frances, born at Hovingham Hall i March, bapt. at Hovingham 
25 April 1839 ; marr. there (by the Rev. Thomas Worsley, D.D., Master 
of Downing College, Cambridge, uncle of the bride, assisted by the 
Rev. John Pigott Munby), on Tuesday, 20 August 1861, Colonel the 
Rt. Hon'=''= Edward Robert King-Harman of Newcastle, co. Longford, 
and of Rockingham, co. Roscommon, P.C. (eldest son of the Hon'''^ 
Laurence Harman King-Harman of Newcastle and of Rockingham 
House, by Mary Cecilia his wife, 7th dau. of James Raymond Johnstone 
of Alva, CO. Clackmannan [see Pedigree of L! Estrange, " Visitation of 
Ireland" Vol. j, page 4/] ) ; born at Newcastle, Ballymahon, co. Longford, 
3 April 183S, and bapt. at Forgney, co. Longford ; Hon. Colonel 5th 
Battalion Connaught Rangers (Militia), formerly Lieutenant 60th (King's 
Royal Rifle Corps) Regiment, and Captain Royal Longford Militia ; 
J. P. for the counties of Longford, Sligo and \Vestmeath, M.P. for co. 
Sligo 1877-80, CO. Dublin 1883-85, and for Isle of Thanet 1885-88; 
Lord-Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum for co. Roscommon ; died 
at Rockingham, aged 50, on Sunday, 10 June, bur. at Ardcarne, co. 
Roscommon, 15 June 1888. Will dated 10 November 1886, proved 
in the Principal Registry, Dublin, 31 August 1888 (and in the Principal 
Registry, London, 8 September 1888), by Sir George Allanson Cayley of 
Brompton Hall, Brompton, co. York, Bart., and George Douglas King- 
Harman of Rockingham, Boyle, co. Roscommon, a Major, the Exors. 
She died at Geneva, Switzerland, on Monday, 15 May, and was bur. at 
Ardcarne 23 May 1893. =p 

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ilantion. 



Arms. — Gyronny of eight, or and azure, an inescutcheon argent. 
Crest. — A lizard proper. 
Motto. — Ma force d'en haul. 



Rev. Charles Richard Laiidon (2nd son of James Landon of= 
Cheshunt, co. Hertford, by Anna his wife, dau. and eventually 
sole heiress of Philip Palmer of Richmond, co. Surrey) ; born 
at Cheshunt 21 February 1766 ; of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1786, M.A. 1789, Fellow of Sydney Sussex College, 
Cambridge, 1790, B.D. 1790; instituted to the Rectory of 
Vange, co. Essex, in 1809 ; died at Mill Hill, Billericay, co. 
Essex, aged 66, 11 February, bur. at Cheshunt 17 February 
1834. Will dated 27 December 1803, proved (P.C.C.) 
lo April 1834, by Francis Newcombe Landon, the son. 




=Caroline Mann, eldest dau. of 
Josiah Harrop of George Yard, 
Lombard Street, London, by 
Mary Maria Cantrell his wife; 
born 23 July, bapt. at St. 
Edmund the King, I^ombard 
Street, London, 4 September 
1 771; marr. at St. Clement 
Danes', London, 17 June 
1802 ; died at Brentwood, 
CO. Essex, on Tuesday, 12 
March, bur. at Cheshunt 
18 March 1844. 



Charles Ginkell Landon of Tiverton, co. Devon ;= 
born 18 August, bapt. at Littlebury, co. Essex, 
26 November 1803; of Clare College, Cam- 
bridge ; Captain 8th Bengal Native Infantry ; 
died at 18 Woodstock Street, Bond Street, 
London, on Friday, 22 February, bur. at 
Calverleigh, co. Devon, i March 1861. Will 
dated 22 July 1847, with codicil dated 26 July 
1859, proved (Prin. Reg., 305, 61) 27 May 
1861, by the Rev. William John Aislabie of 
Alpheton Rectory, Sudbury, co. Suffolk, and 
Charles Collier Jones of 28 Mark Lane, in the 
City of London, two of the Exors. 



:Louisa, 5th dau. of Benjamin Aislabie of Lee 
Place, CO. Kent, by Anne his wife, dau. of 
William Hodgson; born 19 February 1809; 
marr. at Christ Church, Marylebone, London, 
I August 1837 ; died at Lyme Regis, co. 
Dorset, aged 77, on Saturday, 29 January, 
bur. there 2 February 1887. Will dated 16 
September 1885, with codicil dated 20 May 

1886, proved (Prin. Reg., 245, 87) 14 March 

1887, by Edith Landon of Lyme Regis, 
CO. Dorset, spinster, the daughter, and Frank 
Landon of Brentwood, co. Essex, the nephew, 
the Exors. 



Mary, born at Bareilly, North- West 
Provinces, Lidia, 23 March, bapt. 
there 8 May 1839; died unmarried 
at Lyme Regis, aged 52, on 
Tuesday, 22 March, bur. there 
25 March 1892. Will dated 8 
March 1892, proved (Prin. Reg., 
461, 92) 30 April 1892, by Edith 
Landon, spinster, the sister, the 
sole Executrix. 



Edith, born at .Mmorah, North- West 
Provinces, India, 4 February, bapt. 
at Futtehgurh, North-West Provinces, 
India, 12 December 1841. 



I 
Katherine (twin with Aislabie), born at Cuttack, Bengal, 
India, 29 July 1842, bapt. at Pooree, India, 23 April 
1843 ; marr. at Lyme Regis (by the Rev. George Hilaro 
Philip Barlow, the Vicar) on Tuesday, 8 July 1884, as 
his 2nd wife, the Rev. Samuel Powning Coldridge of 
Ilex House, Dawlish, co. Devon (only son of Samuel 
Taylour Coldridge of Exeter, co. Devon); born 14 
January 1827 ; of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 
15 May 1845, aged 18, B.A. 1849; Vicar of Ide, 
CO. Devon, 1877-86. He marr. istly at St. .Sidwell's, 
Exeter, on Tuesday, 20 January 1863, Mary, eldest 
dau. of John William Wilton of Gloucester; born 
31 January 1835. She died, leaving issue, at Highweek, 
CO. Devon, aged 38, 15 August, and was bur. there 
20 August 1873. 



Louisa Antoinette, born at Littlebury, co. Essex, i8 
September 1804, bapt. there 29 March 1805 ; died 
unmarried at Clevedon, co. Somerset, on Tuesday, 10 
January 1871, and bur. there. Will dated 20 July i860, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 261, 71) 13 April 1871, by Charles 
Collier Jones of 52 Mark Lane, in the City of London, 
the surviving Exor. 



Caroline Maria (twin with Francis 
Newcombe), born at Littlebury 14 
September, bapt. there 9 December 
1806; died unmarried 25 April, 
bur. at East Homdon, co. Essex, 
I May 1838. 



Colonel Aislabie Landon= 
(twin with Katharine), 
born at Cuttack, Bengal, 
India, 29 July 1842, bapt. 
at Pooree, India, 23 April 
1843 ; Colonel Retired 
List Bengal Infantry. 



=Jane Mary, 2nd dau. of Edward Giffard 
of the Admiralty, Whitehall, London, by 
Rosamond Catherine his wife, dau. of 
William Pennell, Superintendent of 
Portsmouth Dockyard; born at Hampton, 
CO. Middlesex, 29 November 1848; 
marr. at St. John's, Secunderabad, India, 
on Monday, 8 December 1873. 



Laura, born at sea 21 
December 1843, bapt. 
at South Weald, co. 
Essex, 14 July 1844; 
died at Tiverton, co. 
Devon, in her 14th year, 
on Friday, 1 1 September, 
bur. at Calverleigh, co. 
Devon, 1 7 September 
1857- 



Lucian Giffard Landon, 
born at Munger, India, 
10 January, bapt. there 
^ February 1875. 



Joan, born at Agra, 
North-West Provinces, 
India, on Monday, 15 
January, bapt. there 1 2 
February 1877. 



Cecily, born at Anna, born at Dalhousie, 
Agra, North-West Punjab, India, 22 April, 
Provinces, 22 No- bapt. there 18 May 1882. 
vember,bapt. there 
i3Decemberi878. 



Roger Palmer Landon, born at Philip Aislabie Landon, born Sylvanus Luke Landon, born 

Heavitree, co. Devon, 12 at Heavitree 5 December 1888, at Heavitree 16 September, 

Auijust, bapt. there 5 September bapt. there i January 18S9. bapt. there 18 October 1891. 
1885. 



Francis Newcombe Landon of Brentwood, co. Essex= 
(twin with Caroliiiu Maria); born 14 September, bapt. 
at Littlebury, co. Essex, 9 December 1806; died at 
Brentwood on Tuesday, 10 May, bur. at East Horndon, 
CO. Essex, 17 May 1859. Will dated 9 April 1859, proved 
(Piin. Reg., 431, 59) 4 July 1859, by Margaret Lgetitia 
Landon of Brentwood, co. Essex, the relict, Bridges 
Harvey of Blue Bridge House, Halstead, co. Essex, 
and William Brown of Ipswich, co. Suffolk, the Exors. 




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^Margaret Laititia, 4th dau. of William 
Brown of St. Nicholas, Ipswich, co. 
Suffolk, by Harriet his wife, dau. of 
George Jermyn ; born at Ipswich 
8 July 1823; marr. at St. Nicholas', 
Ipswich (by the Rev. Edward Henry 
Landon), on Wednesday, 25 August 
1847 ; died at 31 Ledbury Road, 
Bayswater, London, on Tuesday, 

15 July, bur. at East Horndon 
19 July 1873. Adirion was granted 
at the Principal Registry 13 August 
1873, to Edward Palmer Landon of 

16 London Street, in the City of 
London, gent., the son, and one of 
the next of kin. 



Agnes Mary, born at Brentwood 13 June, bapt. there 9 July 1848; marr. at Hutlon, co, Essex 
(by the Rev. Henry Holme Westmore, the Rector, assisted by the Rev. William Carus 
Wilson), on Thursday, 17 August 187 1, Llewellyn Wynn McLeod of Hutton Hall, son of 
Bentley McLeod of Clement's Inn, London, by Nancy Bentley his wife, dau. of Bentley 
McLeod of Worsell Hall, co. York. =j= 



Winifred, born at " Clock House," 
Little Burstead, co. Essex, 15 May, 
bapt. at Little Burstead 3 August 
1845 J marr. at Lyme Regis, co. 
Dorset (by the Rev. John Curgen- 
ven), on Wednesday, 14 January 
1880, John Gold Philpot (eldest son 
of John Philpot of London) ; born 
at 20 Montague Street, Russell 
Square, London, on Saturday, 16 
December 1848 ; of Brasenose 
College, Oxford, matriculated 25 
January 1868, aged 19; a Student 
of the Middle Temple 13 November 
1873, called to the Bar 25 April 1877 ; 
died at Lyme Regis, aged 46, on 
Sunday, 24 November, bur. there 28 
November 1895. =p 
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Charles Palmer Landon, born= 
at Heanton Punchardon, co. 
Devon, 25 October 1846, bapt. 
there 17 February 1847; 
Chief Superintendent Indian 
Telegraph Department ; died 
suddenly at Lanteglos Rectory, 
Camelford, co. Cornwall, in 
his 47th year, on Tuesday, 
2 October 1894, and bur. 
at Lanteglos -by- Camelford. 
Will dated 5 May 1889, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1206, 94) 21 De- 
cember 1894, by Caroline 
Landon, the relict, the sole 
Executrix. 



Caroline, eldest dau. of 
Richard Manders of 
Brackenstowr House, 
Swords, CO. Dublin, by 
Caroline his wife, dau. 
of Henry Roe ; born 
at Dublin 17 October 
1852 ; marr. at the 
parish church. Swords 
(by the Rev. Robert 
James Roe, Rector of 
St. Sennen, co. Cornwall, 
assisted by the Rev. 
Canon Twigg, the Vicar), 
on Wednesday, 28 
August 1878. 



Charles Richard Henry Palmer Landon, 
born at Brackenstowr House, Swords, 
on Friday, 6 June, bapt. at Swords 9 July 
1879; Lieutenant 5th Bombay Cavalry 
(Sind Horse). 



Nora, born 13 
August 1882; 
died 3 March 
i8S3,andbur. 
at Calcutta. 



John Palmer Landon, bom at Calcutta, 
India, 6 August 1883, and bapt. there ; 
entered the Royal Navy as Naval Cadet 
15 January 1900, Midshipman H.M.S. 
"Ocean" 15 June 1900. 



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Augusta Mary, born at Stapleford Tawney, co. Essex, 26 November 1809, bapt. there 28 April 
1810; died unmarried at 25 St. Giles' East, Oxford, aged 73, on Tuesday, 9 January, bur. 
in the Jericho Cemetery at O.xford 12 January 1883. Will dated 14 December 1877, with codicil 
dated 21 December 1881, proved (Prin. Reg., 55, 83) 25 January 1883, by Edward Palmer 
Landon of 8 New Broad Street, in the City of London, the nephew, the surviving Exor. 



Edward Palmer Landon= 
of Wimbledon, co. Surrey, 
formerly of Brentwood, co. 
Essex ; born at Brentwood 
27 January, bapt. there 
3 March 1850. 



=Mary Rosamond, eldest dau. of Joseph Adolphus Magrath of 
Teignmouth, co. Devon, M.D., by Nony Jane his wife, dau. of 
Lovell Pennell ; born at Kingston, Jamaica, 1 2 December, bapt. 
there 24 December 1854 ; niarr. at St. Michael's, Teignmouth (by 
the Rev. Henry Twells, Rector of Waltham, co. Leicester, assisted 
by the Rev. George Staunton Barrow, Rector of Knight's Enham, 
CO. Hants, and the Rev. John Oxenham Bent, Vicar of St. John's, 
Woolwich, CO. Kent), on Thursday, 10 December 1874. 



Margaret Josephine, born at 
Roden House, Shenfield, 
CO. Essex, on Sunday, 13 
August, bapt. at Shenfield 
I October 1876. 



Francis Palmer Landon, 
born at Roden House, 
Shenfield, on Friday, 3 
August, bapt. at Shenfield 
7 October 1877. 



Cecil Westmore Landon, 
born at Roden House, 
Shenfield, on Wednes- 
day, 5 March, bapt. at 
Shenfield 14 May 1879; 
served with Imperial 
Yeomanry in South 
African War 1901. 



I I 
Gladys Mary, born at Roden House, 
Shenfield, on Sunday, i January, bapt. 
at Shenfield 24 March 1882. 



Arthur Jermyn Landon, born at Roden 
House, Shenfield, on Saturday, 4 August, 
bapt. at Shenfield 10 October 1883; 
entered the Royal Navy as Naval Cadet 
15 January 1900, Midshipman H.M.S. 
"Formidable" 1902, Sub-Lieutenant 
1903. 



Kathleen Anna, born at Roden House, 
Shenfield, co. Essex, on Sunday, i March, 
bapt. at Shenfield 13 May 1885. 



Norah Rosamond, born at Roden House, 
Shenfield, on Friday, 23 December 1887, 
bapt. at Shenfield 7 March 1888. 



Edward Guy Landon, born at Roden House, 
Shenfield, on Friday, 8 October, bapt. at 
Shenfield 15 December 1886. 



Herbert Kenelm Landon, born at Roden 
House, Shenfield, on Wednesday, 20 February, 
bapt. at Shenfield 17 April 1889. 



Elizabeth, born 8 April, bapt. at Heanton 
Punchardon, co. Devon, 30 July 1848. 



Ellen, born at Tiverton, co. Devon, 23 
December 1849, bapt. at the parish church, 
Tiverton, 2 February 1850; died at Tiverton, 
in her 12th year, on Saturday, 6 July 1861, 
and bur. there. 



John Palmer Landon, born at Tiverton 10 May, 
bapt. at the parish church, Tiverton, 13 August 
1851 ; died at Tiverton, in his nth year, on 
Tuesday, 24 December 1861, and bur. there. 



Henry Palmer Landon of Gotha, Florida, 
U.S.A. ; born at Tiverton 7 October, bapt. at 
the parish church, Tiverton, 30 November 1853. 



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Arthur John Landon, born i8 March, bapt. at Stapleford Tawney, co. Essex, 13 August 1812 ; 
Barrister-at-Law of Lincoln's Inn; marr. in May 1851, Charlotte, dau. of George Fortzer ; 
died at Geelong, Victoria, Australia, in 1872, and bur. there. He died at Lyme Regis, 
CO. Dorset, aged 72, on Thursday, 4 December, and was bur. there 9 December 1884. Will 
dated 23 August 1880, with codicil dated 11 October 1883, proved (Prin. Reg., 48, 85) 
I January 18S5, by Charles Harcourt Landon of 2 Angel Court, Throgmorton Street, in the 
City of London, the nephew, one of the Exors. 



Arthur Landon, born=j=Marion, dau. of the Rev. Alexander Edward Landon, born at Melbourne, 



13 February 1852. 



McNicol; born at Geelong, Victoria, Australia, 11 September 1854; 

I January 1852 ; marr. at Nyang marr. in London 6 June 1886, 

Station, Moulamein, New South Mary, dau. of William James of 

Wales, 23 October 1878. Hereford. 



Arthur John Landon, William Edward Landon, Edith Marion, born 24 Alexander Charles 

born 5 October 1879, born 15 May 1885, and September 1886, and Landon, born at 

and bapt. at Demil- bapt. at Melbourne, bapt. at " Walma," " \Valma," Walgett, 

quin. New South Victoria. Walgett, New South New South Wales, 

Wales. Wales. 5 October 1889. 



Harrop Landon, born at Castlcinaine,=i=Elizabeth Mackenzie ; born in Scotland ; marr. at 
Victoria, Australia, 27 May 1856. Demilquin, New South Wales, in July 1888. 



AVilliam Mackenzie Lan- Harrop Landon, born Harcourt Percival Landon, Edward Carlyle 

don, born at Demilquin, at Demilquin, New born at Essenden, Victoria, Landon. 

New South Wales, South Wales, 5 Sep- Australia, 25 September 

I August 1889. tember 1890. 1893- 



Arthur Jermyn Landon, born at Brentwood, co. Essex, 29 June, bapt. there 3 August 1851 ; 
entered the Army Medical Department 1878; served in the Zulu War from February 1879, 
afterwards being attached to General Sir George CoUey's force, and was shot at Majuba Hill 27 
February 1881 ; died at Camp Prospect, Transvaal, South Africa, i March 1881, and bur. at 
Mount Prospect. Monument erected there to his memory. Will dated 5 September 1875, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 744, 81) 4 October 1881, by Charles Harcourt Landon of 2 Angel Court, in 
the City of London, the brother, one of the Exors. 



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Juliana Letitia,= 
eldest dau. of 
James Birch, Cap- 
tain R.E., by 
Nicoletta Letitia 
his wife, dau. of 
the Marquis di 
Mari ; born 30 
November 1816 ; 
marr. at East 
Horndon, co. Es- 
sex, 5 January 
1840 ; died s.p. at 
Malta, in her 41st 
year, 26 January, 
bur. at East Horn- 
don 2 1 February 
1857. Will dated 
7 June 1854, 
proved (P.C.C, 
765,57)270ctober 
1857, by Francis 
Newcombe Lan- 
don and Edward 
Randall Jones, the 
Exors. ist wife. 



=Rev. Edward Henry Landon,=, 
born at Stapleford Tavvney, 
CO. Essex, 6 November 1813, 
bapt. there 2 April 1814 ; 
of Corpus Christi College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1836, M.A. 
1839; Perpetual Curate of 
St. Philip's, Dalston, co. 
Middlesex; Author of "A 
Manual of Councils " and 
other works ; died at " Pal- 
heiro," Carlton Road, Putney, 
CO. Surrey, 20 March, bur. 
at Putney 24 March 1877. 
Will dated 10 May 1870, 
with codicil dated i October 
1870, proved (Prin. Reg., 
302, 77) 20 April 1877, by 
Caroline Adelaide Landon 
of "Palheiro," Carlton Road, 
Putney, co. Surrey, the relict, 
Edward Palmer Landon of 
Brentwood, co. Essex, gent, 
the nephew, and Charles 
Collier Jones of 1 1 Queen 
Victoria Street, in the City 
of London, the Exors. 




=Mary Jane, eldest sur- 
viving dau. of John 
Forbes of Castle Newe 
and Edinglassie, co. 
Aberdeen, M.P. for 
Malmesbury, Director of 
Hon'''^ East India Co., 
by his wife, Mary Jane 
Hunter of Beach Hill, 
CO. Berks ; born 5 June 
1837 ; marr. at the 
British Consulate, Fun- 
chal, Madeira, and 
afterwards at the English 
Church (by the Rev. 
Thomas Kenworthy 

Brown), on Thursday, 
7 February 1861 ; died 
at Madeira on Monday, 
2 December 1861, and 
bur. there. Admon was 
granted at the Principal 
Registry 30 June 1862, 
to the Rev. Edward 
Henry Landon of St. 
Leonard's-on-Sea, co. 
Sussex. 2nd wife. 



=Caroline Adelaide, 
dau. of the Hon'''" 
and Rev. Arthur 
Philip Perceval, 
Chaplain toGeorge 
IV., by Charlotte 
Anne his wife, 
dau. of the Hon*"'' 
and Rev. Augus- 
tus George Legge, 
Chaplain toGeorge 
III. and Chancel- 
lor of Winchester ; 
born at East 
Horsley, co. Sur- 
rey, 4 April, bapt. 
there 1 8 April 
1835 ; marr. at 
Bramdean, co. 
Hants, on Tues- 
day, 14 February 
1865. 3rd wife. 



Roger Landon, born at Madeira on 
Sunday, i December 1861 ; died at 
Madeira, aged 2 years and 6 months, on 
Sunday, 26 June 1864, and bur. there. 



Charles Harcourt Landon=f=Katherine Maude, 3rd dau. of the Rev. Edward Banister, Vicar of 



of East Molesey, co. Surrey ; 
born at Brentwood 30 
December 1852, bapt. there 
6 February 1853. 



Besthorpe, co. Norfolk, by Eliza Anne his wife, dau. of Litchfield 
Tabrum ; born at the Rectory, Chiddingfold, co. Surrey, on 
Friclay, 17 October, bapt. at Chiddingfold 16 November 1856; 
marr. at West Molesey, co. Surrey (by the Rev. Charles Litchfield 
Banister, brother of the bride, assisted by the Rev. Thomas 
Meymott Tidy), on Tuesday, 5 February 1884. 



Geoffrey Harcourt Landon, Olive Margaret (twin with Hilda Hilda Margaret (twin with Olive 

born at Hutton, East Mole- Margaret), born at Hutton, Margaret), born at Hutton, 

sey, CO. Surrey, on Tuesday, East Molesey, on Friday, 17 East Molesey, on Friday, 17 

2 December 1884, bapt. at August, bapt. at St. Paul's, East August, bapt. at St. Paul's, East 

St. Paul's, East Molesey, Molesey, 7 October 1888. Molesey, 7 October 1888. 
II January 1885. 



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Rev. Guy Landon, born at= 
Eastbourne, co. Sussex, on 
Friday, 24 November, bapt. 
at St. Mary's, Old Eastbourne, 
24 December 1865 ; of 
Lincoln College, Oxford, 
B.A. 1889, M.A. 1892; Vicar 
of Evington, co. Leicester, 
1900-1902, and of St. 
Stephen's, Portsea, co. Hants, 
since 1902. 



=Mary Frances, only dau. of Frank Maude Taylor Jones (now 
Jones-Balme) of High Close, co. Westmoreland, J. P. and D.L. 
for CO. Westmoreland, High Sheriff 1899, and County Councillor, 
by Hannah Wraith his wife ; born at Rydal, co. Westmoreland, 
on Tuesday, 25 June, bapt. at Langdale, co. Westmoreland, 
21 July 1867; marr. at Ambleside, co. Westmoreland (by the 
Rev. VValter Michael Tomlinson, Vicar of All Saints', Pontefract, 
CO. York, assisted by the Rev. Henry James Sibthorp and the 
Rev. Arthur Aubert Jackson), on Tuesday, 15 April 1890. 



Evelyn Mary, born at Lesketh How, 
Ambleside, on Wednesday, 20 May, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Ambleside, 
17 June 1891. 



Cicely Mary, bom at South End, 
Midhurst, co. Sussex, on Tuesday, 
28 March, bapt. at Midhurst 10 May 
1893. 



Lionel Landon, born at Kilve, co. Somerset, 
27 February, bapt. at Over Stowey, co. 
Somerset, 21 April 1867 ; of the Royal Indian 
Engineering College, Staines, co. Middlesex, 
1886-89. _ 

Perceval Landon, born at Hastings, co. 
Sussex, on Monday, 29 March, bapt. at 
Christ Church, St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. Sussex, 
15 May 1869; of Hertford College, Oxford, 
1888-92, B.A. 1893; called to the Bar at 
the Inner Temple 1895; acted as War 
Correspondent to " The Times " in South 
Africa 1 899-1 goo. 



Ruth Mary, born at Shanklin, Isle of Wight, 
on Sunday, 14 April, bapt. at St. Saviour's, 
Shanklin, 19 May 1872. 



Godfrey Edward Landon, born at "Arnewood," 
Lymington, co. Hants, on Thursday, 7 August, 
bapt. at Hordle, co. Hants, 4 September 
1873 ; of the Royal Indian Engineering 
College, Staines, 1893-95 > of ^^^ Indian 
Telegraph Department. 



Frank Landon of Brentwood, co.= 
Essex ; born at Brentwood 5 April, 
bapt. there 7 May 1854. 



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=Eva Mary, only dau. of Joseph Earle of "The Priory," 
Brentwood, by Anne his wife, dau. of the Rev. Charles 
Smith, Vicar-General of Elfin, Armagh and Ardagh ; born 
at Brentwood on Thursday, 5 March, bapt. there 5 April 
1863; marr. at Shenfield, co. Essex (by the Rev. William 
Earle, uncle of the bride, assisted by the Rev. Henry 
Holme Westmore, and the Rev. Charles Earle, brother 
of the bride), on Thursday, 4 August 1881. 



Dorothy Margaret, born at "The 

Lodge," Shenfield, on Thursday, 

21 June, bapt. at Shenfield 29 
July 1883. 



Joseph Herbert Arthur Landon, 
born at Shenfield, on Monday, 
13 December 1886, bapt. there 
16 February 1887. 



Phyllis Mary, born at 
Brentwood on \Vednes- 
day, 16 March, bapt. 
there 22 May 1892. 



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Harcourt Palmer Landon 
Shenfield, co. Essex; bom at 
Brentwood, co. Essex, 1 2 September, 
bapt. there 14 October 1855. 



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of=j=Charlotte Elizabeth Bell, eldest dau. of Surgeon-General 
William Munro, C.B., M.D., LL.D., by Dora Laidlaw his 
wife, dau. of James Bell of Menslaws, Jedburgh, co. 
Roxburgh; born at 10 Pembroke Road, Dublin, on 
Monday, 14 December 1857 ; marr. at St. Barnabas', 
Kensington, London (by the Rev. George Ruthven 
Thornton, the Vicar, assisted by the Rev. Henry Holme 
Westmore), on Saturday, 7 July 1883. 



Mary Margaret, born 
at Romford, co. 
Essex, 9 April bapt. 
there 4 May 1884. 



Violet, born at 
Western Road, Rom- 
ford, on Thursday, 
8 October, bapt. 
there 3 1 October 
1885. 



William Harcourt Palmer James Munro Palmer Landon, bom at "The 

Landon, born at Romford Lodge," Shenfield, co. Essex, on Thursday, 

23 December 1886, bapt. 17 April, bapt. at Shenfield 7 June 1890. 

there 23 January 1887. 



John Robert Landon, born 
at Romford 27 April, bapt. 
there 20 May 1888. 



Helen Frances, bom at " The Lodge," 
Shenfield, on Wednesday, 12 October, bapt. 
at Shenfield 12 November 1892. 



Victor George Palmer Landon, bom at Shen- 
field 5 March, bapt. there 9 May 1897. 



Herbert Landon, born at 
Brentwood, co. Essex, on 
Friday, 25 September, 
bapt. there i November 
1857 ; died at Brentwood, 
aged 5 months, on Satur- 
day, 6 March, bur. there 
II March 1858. 



Herbert John Landon, born at= 
Brentwood on Sunday, 3 Oc- 
tober, bapt. there 2 1 November 
1S58; of the Royal Indian 
Engineering College, Staines, 
CO. Middlesex, 1877-80; 
formerly Executive Engineer 
Bombay P.W.D. (retired 1895). 



=Beryl, dau. of Atherton Edward 
Ashley, by Sarah Emily his wife, 
dau. of Dr. William Davy ; born 
at Blackheath, co. Kent, 3 Sep- 
tember 1876 ; marr. at Christ 
Church, Westminster, 14 June 
1900. 



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DE MAULEY. 

Arms on record in the College (7/^w«.— Quarterly : ist and 4th, 
Gules, a chevron between three combs argent, Ponsonby; 
2nd and 3rd, Sable, a lion passant guardant argent, a 
chief engrailed or. 

Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet or, three arrows, points downwards, 
one in pale and two in saltire, entwined at the intersection 
by a snake proper. 

Supporters.— Dexttr: A lion reguardant proper; Sinister: A bull 
sable, armed, unguled, and gorged with a ducal coronet or. 
Motto. — Pro rege, lege, grege. 



Be iWlauIe|>. 



William Francis Spencer Ponsonby, Baron de Mauley (3rd son of= 
Frederick, 3rd Earl of Bessborough, by Lady Henrietta Frances his wife, 
dau. of John, ist Earl Spencer) ; born at Cavendish Square, London, 
31 July, bapt. at the parish church, Marylebone, London, 31 August 
1787 ; M.P. for Poole 1826-31, Knaresborough 1831-32, and for co. 
Dorset 1832-37 ; created 10 July 1838, Baron de Mauley of Canford, co. 
Dorset, his wife being a coheir of the Barony of Mauley, said to have been 
created by writ 1295; died at his residence, 21 St. James' Place, 
Westminster, aged 68, on Wednesday, 16 May, bur. at Hatherop, co. 
Gloucester, 23 May 1855. Will dated 8 January 1855, proved (P.C.C., 
597> 55) '4 July 1855. by the Hon''''= Ashley George John Ponsonby, the 
son, and Henry Frederick Ponsonby, the nephew (eldest son of testator's 
late brother, Sir Frederick Cavendish Ponsonby), the Exors. 



A 




=Lady Barbara, only 
child and heiress 
of Anthony, 5th 
Earl of Shaftesbury, 
by Barbara his wife, 
only dau. and heiress 
of Sir John Webb 
of Canford, Bart. ; 
born 19 October 
1788 ; niarr. at the 
parish church, Mary- 
lebone, London, 8 
August 1814 ; died 
at Albemarle Street, 
London, on Wed- 
nesday, 5 June 
1844, and bur. at 
Canford. 



I 
Charles Frederick Ashley Cooper Ponsonby, Baron de= 

Mauley ; born at George .Street, Hanover Square, London, 

12 September 1815 ; educated at Eton; M.P. for Poole 

1837-47, and for Dungarvan 1851-52 ; succeeded his father 

as 2nd Baron 16 May 1855 ; died suddenly at "The Knap," 

Rossie, CO. Perth, aged 81, on Monday, 24 August, bur. at 

Little Faringdon, co. 0-\ford, on Saturday, 29 August 1896. 

Will dated 8 December 1890, proved (Prin. Reg., 28, 97) 

26 January 1897, by the Rt. Hon'''"= Maria Jane Elizabeth, 

Baroness de Mauley, the relict, the sole Executrix. 




=Lady Maria Jane Elizabeth (his 
cousin), 4th dau. of John William, 
4th Earl of Bessborough, by Lady 
Maria his wife, dau. of John, loth 
Earl of Westmoreland; born 14 
March 1819 ; marr. at All Souls', 
Langham Place, London, 9 August 
1838 ; died at Langford House, 
Lechlade, co. Gloucester, aged 
78, on Monday, 13 September, 
bur. at Little Faringdon 17 Sep- 
tember 1897. Will dated 13 April 
1897, proved (Prin. Reg., 1201, 
97) 3 November 1897, by the 
Rt. HonW'= William Ashley Webb, 
Baron de Mauley, the son, the 
sole Exor. 



Alice Barbara Maria, born 26 January 1S40 ; died at 24 George Street, 
Hanover Square, London, aged 6, on Monday, 8 June, bur. at Wimbledon, 
CO. Surrey, 13 June 1S46. 

Emily Priscilla Maria, born at Canford 27 November 1841 ; marr. at 
St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, 2 June 1870, the Rev. Charles 
William Norman Ogilvy (youngest son of Sir John Ogilvy, 9th Bart., by 
Lady Jane Elizabeth his 2nd wife, dau. of Thomas, i6th Earl of 
Suffolk) ; born at Baldovan House, co. Forfar, on Sunday, 6 October 
1839; of Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 21 October 1858, aged 
19, B.A. 1864, M.A. 1865; Rector of Barton-le-Street, co. York, 
1870-78, of Hanbury, co. Worcester, 1878, and Vicar of Oswestry, co. 
Salop, since 1897, also Rural Dean of Oswestry since 1897 ; died, aged 
63, on Sunday, 7 June, bur. at Oswestry 10 June 1903. Will dated 
24 September 1895, proved (Prin. Reg., 6, 1903) 13 August 1903, by 
the Hon''''' Emily Priscilla Maria Ogilvy, the relict, the sole Executrix. 



William Ashley Webb 
Ponsonby, Baron de 
Mauley ; born at 
George Street, Han- 
over Square, London, 
2 March 1843; for- 
merly Lieutenant Rifle 
Brigade; A.D.C. to 
Governor-Genera! of 
Canada ; succeeded 
his father as 3rd Baron 
24 August 1896. 



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Frances Anna Georgiana, born at the residence of the Earl of Bessborough, Roehampton, 
CO. Surrey, 24 July, bapt. at the parish church. Putney, co. Surrey, 19 August 1817; marr. at 
Great Canford, co. Dorset, 14 December 1837, the Rt. Hon''''= George William Fox, Baron 
Kinnaird of Inchture and Baron Rossie of Rossie, co. Perth, K.T., P.O. (eldest son of 
Charles, 8th Baron Kinnaird, by Lady Olivia Letitia Katherine his wife, 7th dau. of William 
Robert, 2nd Duke of Leinster) ; born 14 April 1807; educated at Eton; M.P., J. P., D.L., 
and Convenor for co. Perth ; of the Diplomatic Service ; created a Peer of the United 
Kingdom as Baron Rossie of Rossie, co. Perth, 11 June 1831, which title became extinct 
at his death, and also Baron Kinnaird of Rossie, co. Perth, i September i860, with remainder 
to the issue male of his brother, the Hon'''' Arthur Kinnaird ; Master of the Buckhounds 
1837-41; Grand Master of Freemasons in Scotland, Lord-Lieutenant for co. Perth 1866-78; 
died at his residence, Rossie Priory, co. Perth, in his 71st year, on Monday, 7 January, bur. 
at Old Rossie 12 January 1878. On the 16 July 1878, Confirmation of the Commissariot 
of Perthshire, dated 9 July 1878, of the Rt. Hon'''« Frances Anna Georgiana, Lady Kinnaird, 
as Executrix, nominate of the Rt. Hon'''"= George William Fox, Lord Kinnaird and Baron 
Rossie of Rossie in the United Kingdom. His trust disposition and deed of settlement 
dated 25 November 1871, with four codicils dated respectively, two on 5 June 1873, and two 
on 20 December 1876. =j= 

A 



George Pon- Rev. Maurice John George Ponsonby, born= 

sonby, born at Cosgrove, co. Northampton, on Friday, 

6 July 1844; 7 August 1846, and bapt. there; educated at 

died 24 Au- Eton and at Christ Church, Oxford, matricu- 

gust 1845. la'ed 19 May 1865, aged 18, B.A. 1869, M.A. 

1873; Vicar of Kirkstall, co. York, 1875-78, 

of St. Paul's, Chichester, co. Sussex, 1878-79, 

of St. Mark's, New Swindon, co. Wilts, 

1879-1903, and of Wantage, co Berks, since 

May 1903 ; Hon. Canon of Bristol since 1890, 

Rural Dean of Cricklade since 1891, Proctor 

in Convocation since 1898. 



=Hon''''= Madeleine Emily Augusta, 
youngest dau. of Thomas Charles, 
2nd Baron Sudeley, by Emily 
Elizabeth Alicia his wife, 2nd dau. 
of George Hay Dawkins-Pennant 
of Penhryn Castle, co. Carnarvon, 
M.P. ; born at Brighton, co. 
Sussex, on Tuesday, 22 June 
1852, and bapt. at St. George's 
Chapel, Brighton ; marr. at St. 
Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, 
29 December 1875. 



Gerald Maurice Ponsonby, born at 19 St. George's Square, 
London, 7 October, bapt. at St. Saviour's, Pimlico, London, 
8 November 1876; entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant Royal 
Warwickshire Regiment 7 May 1898, Lieutenant 10 March 
1899, Captain 3rd Battalion 19 February 1902; served in 
South African War 1901-1902 with mounted infantry (slightly 
wounded). 



Hubert William Ponsonby, 
born at the Vicarage, 
Kirkstall, on Sunday, 21 
July, bapt. at Kirkstall 
17 August 1878. 



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Henry William George Ponsonby, born i September 1819; 
died 24 November 1821, bur. in the Cavendish vault in the 
church of All Saints', Derby, 29 December 1821, on which 
day his grandmother, Henrietta Frances, Countess of 
Bessborough (who was sister to Georgiana, Duchess of 
Devonshire), was also buried in this vault. 



Anthony Ashley Webb Ponsonby, 
born II April 1828; died at 
Roehampton, co. Surrey, on Sun- 
day, 29 November 1829. 



Frederick John William Ponsonby= 
of Langford House, Lechlade, co. 
Gloucester, and of 14 Chapel Street, 
Grosvenor Place, London ; born 
at Rossie Priory, co. Perth, on 
Saturday, 28 August 1847; educated 
at Eton ; D.L. for co. Oxford. 



=Margaret Fanny, 2nd dau. of Frederick John Howard of 
Compton Place, co. Sussex, J. P., M.P., by Lady Fanny 
his wife, dau. of William Cavendish ; bom at i Belgrave 
Square, London, 24 October, bapt. at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, London, 19 November 1844 ; marr. at the parish 
church, Eastbourne, co. Sussex (by the Hon'''"' and Rev. 
Maurice John George Ponsonby, brother of the bride- 
groom. Vicar of Kirkstall, assisted by the Rev. Thomas 
Pitman, the Vicar), on Thursday, i February 1877. 

{See Pedigree of Howard, Vol. /., page 1 8 J.) 



Mary Fanny Louisa, born at 34 Lowndes 
Street, London, at 2.15 p.m. on Monday, 
21 April, bapt. at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London, on Friday, 23 May 1879 (Sponsors: 
William Frederick Howard, her uncle. 
Lady Frederick Cavendish and the Hon''''^ 
Mrs. Norman Ogilvy). 



Evelyn Margaret, born at 14 Chapel Street, 
Belgrave Square, London, at 10.30 a.m. on 
Monday, 24 October, bapt. at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, London, on Monday, 12 December 
1887 (Sponsors: Hon'''=and Rev. Maurice John 
George Ponsonby, her uncle, Edith Susan Louisa 
Howard, her aunt, and the Hon''''^ Mrs. Brand). 



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Ashley George John Ponsonby, born at St. James' Square,= 
London, on Friday, 25 June 1831 ; appointed Lieutenant 
and Captain Grenadier Guards 1854, retired from the 
Army 1855 ; J. P. and D.L. for co. Gloucester, J. P. for the 
counties of Berks, Middlesex, Westminster and London ; 
Member of London County Council (Central Finsbury) ; 
M.P. for Cirencester 1852-57 and 1859-65 ; died at his 
residence, 39 Hyde Park Gate, London, in his 66th year, 
on Wednesday, 12 January, bur. in the family vault at 
Hatherop, co. Gloucester, 18 January 1898. Will dated 
7 January 1898, proved (Prin. Reg., 195, 98) 8 February 
1898, by the Hon'''^ Louisa Frances Charlotte Ponsonby, 
the relict, and Charles Ranken Vickerman Longbourne, 
the Exors. 



=Louisa Frances Charlotte, 2nd dau. 
of Lord Henry Gordon, Major 
Hon'''^ East India Go's. Service, 
4th son of George, 9th Marquis 
of Huntly ; born 17 December 
1829 ; Maid of Honour to H.M. 
Queen Victoria ; marr. at All 
Saints', Knightsbridge, London (by 
the Rev. Sackville Bourke, Rector 
of Hatherop and cousin of the 
bridegroom, assisted by the Rev. 
William Harness, the Vicar), on 
Tuesday, 21 July 1857. 



Florence, born at 
29 Rutland Gate, 
London, on Sunday, 
27 June 1858 ; 
died at 29 Rutland 
Gate, aged 23 days, 
on Tuesday, 20 July, 
bur. in the family 
vault at Hatherop 
27 July 1858. 



Claude Ashley Charles Ponsonby of= 
33 Queen's Gate Terrace, London ; 
born at 63 Rutland Gate, London, 
on Tuesday, 16 August, bapt. at All 
Saints', Ennismore Gardens, Knights- 
bridge, London, 10 September 1859; 
educated at Eton and at Trinity 
College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1S7S, B.A. 18S4. 




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=Haller, youngest 
dau. of Orville 
Horwitz of Balti- 
more, Maryland, 
U.S.A., by Maria 
Rives his wife, dau. 
of Samuel Davis 
Gross of Phila- 
delphia, U.S.A.; 
born at Baltimore 
iiDecemberi872, 
bapt. at Grace 
Church, Baltimore, 
in January 1873 ; 
marr. at All Saints', 
Ascot, CO. Berks, 
28 January 1891. 



Eustace Ashley 
William Pon- 
sonby, bom at 
9 Prince's Gar- 
dens, London, 
on Wednesday, 
30 December 
1863, bapt. at 
Holy Trinity, 
Brompton, Lon- 
don, 5 February 
1864. 



Harold Ashley Curzon Ponsonby, 
born at 10 William Street, Lowndes 
Square, London, on Tuesday, 
6 October, bapt. there privately in 
December 1891 (baptism regis- 
tered at St. Mary Magdalen's, 
Regent's Park, London). 



Eric Ashley Claude Ponsonby, 
born at the Grosvenor Hotel, 
Victoria Street, London, on 
Friday, 28 April, bapt. at 
Shalford, co. Surrey, 28 Sep- 
tember 1893; died at Argelfes- 
Gazost, Hautes Pyrenees, 17 
October 1894, and bur. in the 
Protestant Cemetery at Pau, 
B.P., France. 



Moira Blanche May Diana, 
born at 33 Queen's Gate 
Terrace, London, on Tues- 
day, 3 December 1901, bapt. 
there privately in January 
1902 (baptism registered at 
St. Mark's, Marylebone, 
London). 



Mary Alice, born i April 1849 ; died unmarried at Wimbledon, co. Surrey, aged 23, on 
Saturday, 13 July, bur. at Little Faringdon, co. Oxford, 19 July 1872. Adiiion was granted 
at the Principal Registry 17 February 1897, to the Rt. Hon'''= Maria Jane Elizabeth, Baroness 
de Mauley, the mother. 



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Edwin Charles William Ponsnnby= 
of "Woodleys," Woodstock, co. 
Oxford ; born at Hatherop, co. 
Gloucester, on Monday, 13 Oc- 
tober, bapt. there 23 November 
1 851; educated at Eton; J. P. 
and D.L. for co. Oxford ; 
Major 2nd Volunteer Battalion 
Oxfordshire Light Infantry 
1886-90. 



=Emily Dora, dau. of Octavius Edward Coope of Rochetts, 
CO. Essex, M.P., by Emily his wife, dau. of Captain Fulcher 
of the Indian Army ; born at Rochetts on Friday, 20 May 
1859; marr. at St. Mark's, North Audley Street, London (by 
the Rt. Rev. Thomas Legh Claughton, D.D., Bishop of St. 
Albans, assisted by the Hon''''= and Rev. Maurice Ponsonby 
and the Rev. Joseph Watson Ayre), on Tuesday, 10 
December 1878; died at "Woodleys," Woodstock, aged 38, 
on Sunday, 3 October, bur. at Glympton, co. Oxford, 
7 October 1897. Will dated 24 December 1886, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 76, 98) 10 January 1898, by the Hon''''= Edwin 
Charles William Ponsonby, the sole Exor. 



Charles Edward Ponsonby, 
born at 27 Grosvenor Street, 
j^ondon, on Tuesday, 2 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at South Weald, 
CO. Essex, 5 October 1879. 



Maurice George Jesser 
Ponsonby, born at Horsley 
Manor, co. Gloucester, on 
Friday, 10 September, bapt. 
at Horsley 6 November 18S0. 



Ashley William Neville Ponsonby, born at 27 Grosvenor Street, 
London, on Wednesday, i March, bapt. at St. Mark's, North 
Audley Street, London, 2 April 1882; entered the Army as 
2nd Lieutenant 2nd Battalion Oxfordshire Light Infantry 
9 March 1901. 

Victor Coope Ponsonby, born at 41 Upper Brook Street, 
London, on Tuesday, 21 June, bapt. at St. Mark's, North 
Audley Street, London, 27 July 1887. 



Diana Helen, born at "Woodleys," Woodstock, on Wednesday, 
2 September, bapt. at Wootton, co. Oxford, 18 October 1891. 



Helen Geraldine Maria, bom at Down Ampney, co. Gloucester, on 
Sunday, 12 December 1852, bapt. there 2 February 1853; marr. 
at St. Mark's, North Audley Street, London (by the Hon'''« and 
Rev. Maurice John George Ponsonby, brother of the bride, assisted by 
the Hon*"'' and Rev. Walter Ponsonby), on Wednesday, 25 July 1877, 
Sholto George Watson, Lord Aberdour, afterwards Earl of Morton, 
Lord Dalkeith and Aberdour (son of Sholto George Watson, i8th Earl 
of Morton, by Helen his ist wife, dau. of James Watson of Saughton, 
CO. Midlothian); born at Dalmahoy, co. Midlothian, 5 November, bapt. 
there 9 December 1844; of Trinity College, Cambridge; formerly 
Lieutenant Midlothian Imperial Yeomanry ; D.L. for co. Argyll ; 
succeeded his father as 19th Earl 24 December 1884. 

T 



Diana Isabel Maria, 
bom at Down Amp- 
ney on Tuesday, 27 
March, bapt. there 
3 May 1855 ; died at 
St. Leonard's-on-Sea, 
CO. Sussex, on her 
20th birthday, on 
Saturday, 27 March, 
bur. at Little Faring- 
don, CO. Oxford, 
2 April 1875. 




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3(acli0on of Wii^htt\), to. Cambrilige. 




Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Argent, a greyhound courant erminois 
between three eagles' heads erased sable. 

Crest. — A demi-horse argent, guttee de 
sang, maned and hoofed sable. 



Rev. Jeremiah Jackson (4th= 
son of Hugh Jackson of 
Duddingtoii, co. Northamp- 
ton, by Jane his wife, dau. 
of James Weldon, by Mary 
his wife, dau. of Francis 
Jackson of Duddiiigton) ; 
born 29 July 1775; Fellow of 
St. John's College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1797, M.A. 1800; Vicar 
of Elni-cuui-Enineth, co. 
Cambridge, 1825, and Pre- 
bendary of Brecon; J. P. for 
the counties of Cambridge 
and Norfolk, and Chairman 
of Quarter Sessions for the 
Isle of Ely; died at Elm, 
aged 82, 24 September, bur. 
there 29 September 1857. 
Memorial window and stone 
in chancel of the church at 
Elm. Will dated 14 April 
1855, with two codicils dated 
respectively 21 June 1856 
and 20 August 1857, proved 
(P.C.C, 761, 57) 20 October 
1857, by Edward Jackson, 
the Rev. Henry Jackson and 
Francis Jackson, the sons, 
the Exors. 



=Mary Ann, dau. of the 
Rev. Robert Willan, 3rd 
Wrangler and Fellow of 
TrinityColIege,Cambridge, 
Vicar of Cardington, co. 
Bedford, by Ann his wife, 
only child and heiress of 
Sir Charles Smijth of Hill 
Hall, CO. Essex, Bart. 
(sister of Sarah, wife of 
the Rev. Charles Swann, 
Rector of Ridlington, co. 
Rutland \see Pedigree of 
Sii'antt, Vol. I, page pij], 
and of Emma, wife of John 
Goldsmith of Ampthill, 
CO. Bedford [see Pedigree 
of Goldsmith, Vol. 5, 
page 106] ) ; born at Car- 
dington 2 November, bapt. 
there 28 November 1779; 
marr. at St. Mary's, Stam- 
ford, CO. Lincoln, 9 June 
1801 ; died at Elm, aged 
68, 8 January, bur. there 
12 January 1849. Me- 
morial window and stone 
in chancel of the church at 
Elm. 



Edward Jackson of Wisbech, co. Cambridge, and of Walsoken= 
House, CO. Norfolk; born 30 March, bapt. privately 31 March 
1802 (baptism registered at Uffington, co. Lincoln); died at 
Walsoken House, in his 70th year, on Tuesday, 4 April, bur. at 
Elm 10 April 187 1. Memorial window in the church at Elm. 
Will dated 3 December i86g, with two codicils dated respectively 
15 December 1869 and 6 April 1870, proved (Prin. Reg., 
256, 71) 24 April 187 1, by Edward Hugh Jackson of Wisbech, 
CO. Cambridge, and Arthur Jackson of 10 Billiter Square, 
London, the sons, the Exors. 



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=Caroline Jane, only dau. of 
John Goddard Marshall of 
Elm, by Caroline Mary his 
wife, dau. of Hugh Jackson 
of Duddington ; born 6 Feb- 
ruary 1807 ; marr. at Elm 
26 April 1827; died at Cum- 
berland Terrace, Regent's 
Park, London, in her 60th 
year, on Friday, 22 June, 
bur. at Elm 28 June 1866. 
Memorial window in the 
church at Elm. 



Edward Hugh Jackson=i=Georgiana Sybella, 2nd dau. of the Rev. Richard Macdonald Caunter, 



of Wisbech ; born 30 
January 1829; D.L. 
for CO. Cambridge, J. P. 
of the Isle of Ely. 



Rector of Drayton, co. Oxford, by Ann Harrison his wife ; born at 
the Rectory, Highclere, co. Hants, on Monday, 2 1 August, bapt. at 
Highclere 21 September 1843 \ marr. at Llrayton (by the father of the 
bride) on Thursday, 6 August 1868; died at midnight, aged 31, on 
Saturday, 3 October, bur. at Elm 9 October 1874. 



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Hugh Jackson, bom 24 June, bapt. privately 
26 June 1803 (baptism registered at Ut'fington, 
CO. Lincoln) ; died 24 December, bur. at 
Wisbech, co. Cambridge, 27 December 181 3. 



Jeremiah Jackson, born 24 April, bapt. at 
Wisbech i June 1805; died 15 January, bur. at 
Wisbech 17 January 1806. 



William Jackson, bom 13 July, bapt. at 
\Visbcch 5 August 1806; died 25 August, 
bur. at Wisbech 27 August 1822. 



Emma, born 6 September, bapt. at W'isbech 
2 October 1807 ; died 4 December, bur. at 
Wisbech 7 December 1810. 



Caroline Mary, born 1 1 
April 1831 ; died at 
35 Ventnor Villas, Hove, 
CO. Sussex, aged 54, on 
Monday, 27 April, bur. 
at Elm, CO. Cambridge, 
2 May 1885. Memorial 
window in the church at 
Elm. Will dated 3 Feb- 
ruary 1880, proved at 
Lewes 6 August 1885, 
by Edward Hugh Jackson 
of Wisbech, co. Cam- 
bridge, the brother, and 
Elizabeth Nancy Adair 
Jackson, the sister, two 
of the next of kin. 



Rev. John Russell Jackson, born 26 July= 
1832 ; of St. John's College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1853, B.A. 
1857, M.A. i860; Vicar of Moulton, co. 
Lincoln, 1866, and Rural Dean of West Elloe 
1889 until his death; J. P. for co. Lincoln; 
Chairman Quarter Sessions, Spalding 
(Holland), January 1877 until his death; 
died at the Vicarage, Moulton, aged 67, on 
Friday, 17 November, bur. at Moulton 21 
November 1899. Memorial East window in 
the church at Moulton, and restoration of 
screen and mosaics in the reredos, erected by 
public subscription at the cost of ^550. 



=Charlotte, only dau. 
of William Metcalfe 
of Woodleigh Vale, 
St. Marychurch, co. 
Devon ; marr. at 
St. Marychurch (by 
the Rev. George 
Metcalfe, cousin of 
the bride, assisted 
by the Rev. Henry 
Garrett Newland, the 
Vicar) on Tuesday, 
29 June 1858. 




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Charlotte Jane, born 17 March, bapt. at 
Moulton 23 April 1869; marr. there 28 June 
1893, 'he Rev. Edward Henry Bree (son 
of the Rt. Rev. Herbert Bree, Bishop of 
Barbadoes, by Jane Sarah his wife, dau. 
of the Rev. Edgar Rust D'Eye) ; born at the 
residence of his grandfather, Abbot's Hall, 
Stowmarket, co. Suffolk, on Sunday, 31 
October, bapt. at Drinkstone, co. Suffolk, on 
Christmas Day, 25 December 1852; educated 
at Haileybury ; Rector of Stowe-in-Lindsey, 
CO. Lincoln, 1893-1901, Vicar of Edlington, 
CO. Lincoln, since 1901. 



Emily Russell, born 4 March, bapt. at Moulton 
31 March 187 1 ; marr. at East Dereham, co. 
Norfolk, 16 October 1902, the Rev. Charles 
Metcalfe (son of the Rev. William Henry 
Metcalfe, by Mary his wife, dau. of John Farrer 
Kensington) ; born 1 1 March, bapt. at Kentis- 
beare, co. Devon, 13 April 1873; educated at 
Sherborne School, Pembroke College, Cam- 
bridge, and at Theological College, Wells ; 
Vicar of Whiteparish, co. Wilts, since December 
1902. 

Marian Edith, born 2 December 1872, bapt. at 
Moulton 6 January 1873. 



Edward Macdonald 
Caunter Jackson, 
born at Wisbech on 
Monday, 2 7 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at 
Drayton, co. Ox- 
ford, 12 December 
1869. 



Georgiana Sybella Caunter, born at 
Wisbech on Thursday, 1 1 Januar)', 
bapt. there 27 February 1872; marr. 
at St. Peter's, Wisbech (by the Rev. 
A. Brandon Whittington, assisted by 
the Rev. Robert Edward Reginald 
Watts, the Vicar), on Tuesday, 4 
August 1903, Henry Macdonald 
Caunter, son of George Henry 
Caunter of Leamington,co. Warwick. 

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Hugh Macdonald Caunter Jackson, 
born at Wisbech on Wednesday, 19 
March, bapt. at Patcham, co. Sussex, 
18 May 1873. 

Isabel Mary Jane Caunter, born at 
Wisbech on Thursday, 24 September, 
bapt. privately at Wisbech 8 October 
1874, and received into the church 
there iS February 1875. 



Rev. Henry Jackson, born 31 July, bapt. privately 
I August 1808 (baptism registered at Wisbech, co. 
Cambridge) ; of Magdalen College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1830, M.A. 1833; Vicar of Wisbech St. Mary; died 
there, aged 54, 24 March, bur. at Elm, co. Cambridge, 
28 March 1863. Memorial window and tombstone in 
chancel of the church at Elm. Will dated 27 February 
1863, proved (Prin. Reg., 545, 63) 18 September 
1863, by Edward Jackson and Francis Jackson, both of 
Wisbech St. Peter, co. Cambridge, the brothers, the Exors. 



Frances, 
October, 
Wisbech 
vember 
died 24 



born 26 
bapt. at 

27 No- 
1809 ; 

Decem- 



ber, bur. at Elm 28 
December 1847. 
Memorial window 
and tombstone in 
chancel of the 
church at Elm. 



Charles Thomas 
Jackson, bom 29 
August, bapt. at 
Wisbech 27 Sep- 
tember 181 1 ; 
died 29 May, 
bur. at Wisbech 
31 May 1817. 



Rev. Frederick Jackson,= 
born 10 September 1S34; of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas 
Term, 1853, B.A. 1S58, 
M.A. 1862 ; Curate-in- 
Charge of Hanwell, co. 
Oxford, 1862, Rural Dean 
of Lynn Marshland since 
1885, Rector of West Lynn, 
CO. Norfolk, 1863 until his 
death ; died at the Rectory, 
West Lynn, aged 66, on 
Saturday, 23 March, bur. at 
West Lynn 27 March 1901. 
Will dated 3 August 187 1, 
with two codicils dated 
respectively 3 August 1871 
and 2 December 1899, 
proved at Norwich 15 May 
1 90 1, by Donald Frederick 
Jackson and Herbert 
Eustace Russell Jackson, 
the sons, the Exors. 



=Elizabeth Mary Jane, 
eldest dau. of 
the Rev. Richard 
Macdonald Caunter, 
Rector of Drayton, 
CO. Oxford, by Ann 
Harrison his wife ; 
born at Highclere, 
CO. Hants, 3 Sep- 
tember, bapt. there 
9 October 1842 ; 
marr. at Drayton (by 
the father of the 
bride) on Wednes- 
day, 30 March 1864. 



Fanny, born 30 May 1836; marr. at 
Walsoken, co. Norfolk (by the Rev. 
Frederick Jackson, Rector of West Lynn, 
brother of the bride, assisted by the 
Rev. John Young, the Rector, and the 
Rev. John Russell Jackson, Vicar of 
Moulton, CO. Lincoln, brother of the bride), 
on Tuesday, 15 April 1873, the Rev. Sir 
John Charles Molyneux of Castle Dillon, 
CO. Armagh, Bart, (eldest son of the Rev. 
Sir John William Henry Molyneux of 
Castle Dillon, 8th Bart., Rector of Sudbury, 
CO. Suffolk, and Hon. Canon of Ely, by 
Louisa Dorothy his wife, dau. of John 
Christian, Deemster of the Isle of Man) ; 
born 27 June 1843; of Christ's College, 
Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 
1863, LL.B. 1866 ; Vicar of Portesham, co. 
Dorset, since 1886 ; succeeded his father 
as 9th Bart. 5 March 1879. She died at the 
Vicarage, Portesham, on Sunday, 23 April 
1893, and was bur. at Portesham. 



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Ethel Mary, born at the Rectory, West 
Lynn, on Friday, 2 February, bapt. at 
West Lynn i April 1866 ; marr. at St. 
Peter's, West Lynn (by the father of the 
bride,^assisted by the Rev. Canon James 
Lyons, Rector of Fiddown, co. Kilkenny, 
on Tuesday, 7 June 1892, Arthur Shirley 
Hamilton, Lieutenant R.N. (retired), and 
formerly of the Labuan Civil Service. 



Donald Frederick 
Jackson, born 15 
March, bapt. at 
West Lynn 3 May 
1868. _ 

Herbert Eustace 
Russell Jackson, 
born 1 1 July, bapt. 
at West Lynn 3 
October 1869. 



Arthur Macdonald Jackson, born 
7 November 1870, bapt. at West 
Lynn 28 May 1871 ; marr. 21 
August 1897, Marie Cookson. 



Gwendolen Georgiana Mary, born 
at the Rectory, West Lynn, on 
Wednesday, 13 January, bapt. at 
West Lynn 28 March 1875. 



William Edward= 
Russell Jackson, 
born at the Vicar- 
age, Moulton, 
on Friday, 21 
January, bapt. 
at Moulton 24 
February 1876. 



=Ada Frances, dau. of 
George Dewdney, B.A., 
J. P., by Eliza his wife, 
only child of Thomas 
Spittall ; born 28 Octo- 
ber, bapt. at Chepstow, 
CO. Monmouth, 14 
December 187 1; marr. 
there 28 December 1901. 



Mabel Elizabeth, born at the Vicarage, Moulton, 
on Tuesday, 18 September, bapt. at Moulton 
24 October 1877 ; marr. at East Dereham, co. 
Norfolk, 26 October 1903, Leonard Hopper, son 
of Arthur Richard Hopper. 

John Metcalfe Jackson, born at the Vicarage, 
Moulton, on Monday, 3 September, bapt. at Moul- 
ton 10 October 1883 ; Lieutenant R.N. Reserve. 

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Francis Jackson of Wisbech, co. Cambridge; born 
27 July, bapt. at Wisbech 12 August 1812; 
marr. Lucy, dau. of Joseph Marshall of ^Valdersea 
House, Elm, co. Cambridge, High Sheriff for the 
counties of Cambridge and Huntingdon 1841. 



Jane, born 3 June, 
bapt. at Wisbech 
2 July 1813 ; died 
22 June, bur. at 
Wisbech 24 June 
1815. 



Robert Jackson, born 
8 July, bapt. at 
Wisbech 19 August 
18 14; died 29 May, 
bur. at Wisbech 
31 May 181 5. 



Joseph Frank Jackson, 
born 26 July 1839, 
bapt at Wisbech. 



Lucy Jane, born 14 May 1843 ; marr. at SS. Peter 
and Paul's, Wisbech (by the Very Rev. John Saul 
Howson, D.D., Dean of Chester, assisted by the 
Rev. Canon John Scott, the Vicar), on Tuesday, 
7 July 1874, the Rev. John Gardiner Brown (only 
son of the Rev. John Brown of Belfast, formerly 
Vicar of St. Mary's, Leicester) ; of Pembroke 
College, Cambridge; died 30 September 1890. 



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Mary Anne, born 
2 January 1 846 ; 
died 12 September 
1887. _ 

Helen Elizabeth, 
bom26 April 1848. 



FrancesEmily, Hugh Jackson=Alice, youngest dau. of Henry Samson of Charles Ernest 
born II Sep- ofBracebridge, Brunswick House, Bowdon, co. Chester; marr. Jackson, bom 
tember 1849; co. Lincoln; at the parish church, Bowdon (by the Rev. 12 October 
died 13 No- born 12 July John Brown of St. John's, Bournemouth, co. 1854. 
vember 1903. 1852. Hants, brother-in-law of the bridegroom, 

assisted by the Rev. Manners ^Villiam Hervey), 

on Wednesday, 26 October 1892. 



Arthur Jackson of Preston= 
Park, Brighton, co. Sussex; 
born 12 February 1839, 
and bapt. at Wisbech. 



Caroline Edith, dau. of Andrew Steedman of Hampstead, co. 
Middlesex; born 28 May 1842; marr. at St. John's, Hampstead 
(by the Rev. John Russell Jackson, brother of the bridegroom, 
assisted by the Rev. James Joyce Evans, Chaplain of the Home 
and Colonial Training Schools, Gray's Inn Road, London), on 
Thursday, 18 August 1864. 



Edward Mackenzie Jack- 
son, bornati Leamington 
Road Villas, Westbourne 
Park, London, on Mon- 
day, 27 May, bapt. at 
Walsoken, co. Norfolk, 
28 July 1867. 



Cyril Hugh Jackson, 
born at 67 Kensington 
Gardens Square, Hyde 
Park, London, on Friday, 
24 July, bapt. at St. 
Mark's, Notting Hill, 
London, 30 August 1868. 



Elinor May, born 
8 August, bapt. 
at St. Mark's, 
Notting Hill, 
London, 26 Sep- 
tember 1869. 



Francis Haines Marshall 
Jackson, born 13 No- 
vember 1874, bapt. at 
the Church of the 
Annunciation, Chisle- 
hurst, CO. Kent, 10 
January 1875. 



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Emily, born lo June, bapt. 
at Wisbech, co. Cambridge, 
30 June 1815; marr. at 
Elm, CO. Cambridge, 
Augustus Edgar Burch of 
Canterbury, co. Kent ; 
J. P. for CO. Bedford. 



Hugh James Jackson, 
born 9 October, bapt. 
privately 1 1 October 
1 8 1 5 (baptism regis- 
tered at Wisbech) ; 
died 10 November, 
bur. at Wisbech 13 
November 181 7. 



Rev. Frederick Jackson,= 
born 2 August, bapt. at 
Wisbech 29 September 
1818 ; of St. John's 
College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1840, M.A. 1843; 
Vicar of Parson Drove, 
CO. Cambridge, since 
1844. 



=Su.san,dau.ofWil- 
liam Endersby 
Squire ofOutwell, 
near Wisbech ; 
marr. at Outvvell 
(by Rev. William 
Gale Townlcy) 
4 July 1848. 



Percy Jackson of=^Catherine Marr, dau. of Adderley Howard of Long Sutton, co. Lincoln, 



The Manor House, 
Scamblesby, co. 
Lincoln, born 26 
October 1850, and 
bapt. at Parson 
Drove. 



J. P. and D.L. for co. Lincoln, by Mary Jane Curteis his wife; marr. at 
St. George's, Hanover Square, London (by the Rev. Frederick Jackson, 
Vicar of Parson Drove, father of the bridegroom, assisted by the Rev. 
Borradaile Savory), on Thursday, i8 January 1883; died 7 September 
1888, and bur. at Oakham, co. Rutland. 



Frederic Howard Jackson, 
born 17 November 1S83; 
educated at Haileybury. 



Adderley Percy Jackson, born 
15 August, died 2 September 
1888, and bur. at Oakham. 



Agatha, dau. of Joseph= 
Hutchinson Hammond, 
M.D., J. P. for CO. Lan- 
caster ; born at Preston, 
CO. Lancaster, 1 2 Novem- 
ber 1 86o,and marr. there ; 
died suddenly at 19 
Charlotte Street, Port- 
land Place, London, on 
Tuesday, 24 June 1884, 
and bur. in Kensal Green 
Cemetery, London, ist 
wife. 



=Spenser Jackson of Brook House, Riseley,= 
CO. Bedford; born 26 January 1853; 
entered the Army as Lieutenant 8rst Regi- 
ment of Foot 15 March 1873, Captain 
The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment 
2 May 1 88 1, Major ist Battalion 10 May 
1889, Adjutant Auxiliary Forces i October 
1 88 1 to 30 April 1885 (retired 20 February 
1901); served in Jowaki Expedition 1877, 
in Afghan War 1878-79, at the operations 
in Khyber Pass (medal) ; in South African 
War 1 899-1 900 as Station Staff Officer 
(medal with four clasps) ; retired. 



^Lucie, eldest dau. of the 
Hon''''= ^-Elian Armstrong 
King of the Ceylon 
Civil Service, M.L.C., 
by Henrietta his wife, 
dau. of Thomas Atkin- 
son, M.D., Inspector- 
General A.M.D. ; born 
at Galle, Ceylon, 19 
February 1873; marr. at 
Kandy, Ceylon (by the 
Bishop of Kandy), on 
Tuesday, 2 7 October 
1896. 2nd wife. 



Agatha Strena, born at Preston 
I January 1899, and bapt. there. 



Henry Willan Jackson of Cronulla, 
Petersham, Sydney, New South 
Wales ; born 3 February 1842 ; 
marr. 23 April 1873, Tresa Allan 
Marshall. =r 



Sophia Jane, born 
November 1843. 



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Elizabeth Nancy Adair, 
born 13 July 1846. 



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Emily Weldon, born i January 
1849; died at " Cliftonville," 
Brighton, co. Sussex, on 
Thursday, 17 January 1867. 



Edward Marshall Jackson, born 2 
February 1875. 

Allan Russell Jackson, born 2 June 
1877. 



Frederick Henry Jackson, born 
23 July 1879. _ 

James Birnie Jackson, born 23 
March 1887. 



Ernest Jackson, born 
24 August 1893, and 
died the following 
day. 



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Thomas Jobson Jackson of Bedford ; born 1 2= 
February, bapt. at Wisbech, co. Cambridge, 
14 March 1820; J. P. for co. Bedford; died 
s.p. at St. Mary's, Bedford, aged 74, on 
Saturday, 7 April, bur. in the cemetery at 
Bedford 13 April 1894. Will dated 23 Sep- 
tember 1884, with codicil dated 8 August 
1893, proved at Northampton 8 June 1894, 
by Francis Jackson, gent., the brother, and 
Adeline Mary Wing, spinster, the step-daughter, 
the Exors. 



=Elizabeth Cox, eldest dau. 
of Richard Francis of Bed- 
ford ; born 10 February 
1818. She marr. istly at 
St. Pancras', London, 
7 May 1844, Samuel Wing 
of Bedford, J. P., who died 
at his residence in St. 
Cuthbert's, Bedford, on 
Thursday, 9 November 
1865. 



Caroline Elizabeth, 
born 25 January, 
bapt. at VVisbech 
6 February 1822; 
died 10 February, 
bur. at Wisbech 
12 February 1822. 



Colonel Willan Jackson= 
of Wellingborough, co. 
Northampton ; born 
at St. Peter's Port, 
Guernsey, 20 September 
1852, and bapt. there; 
County Councillor for 
CO. Northampton ; for- 
merly Lieut. -Colonel 
and Hon. Colonel 
(V.D.) I St Volunteer 
Battalion Northampton- 
shire Regiment. 



=Laura, 3rd dau. 
of James Trench 
of Northampton, 
by Sophia his 
wife; born 6 April 
1857 ; marr. at 
St. Sepulchre's, 
Northampton (by 
the Rev. John 
James Browne), 
on Tuesday, 30 
January 1877. 




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Rev. Corrie Jackson, = 
born at Wellingborough 
19 October 1853 ; of 
St. John's College, Cam- 
bridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 
1872, B. A. 1876, M.A. 
1879; Chaplain of the 
Foundling Hospital, 
London ; died at 
Bournemouth, co. 

Hants, aged 41, on 
Sunday, 4 August, 
bur. in Highgate 
Cemetery, London, 
7 August 1895. 



=Elizabeth, dau. of Joseph 
Hall of"Beckthorns,"Kes- 
wick, CO. Cumberland, by 
Sarah Ann ^Vilkinson his 
wife, dau. of Joseph Slack ; 
marr. at St. John's-in-the- 
Vale, Keswick (by the 
Rev. John Taylor, assisted 
by the Rev. John Scott 
Yardley), on Thursday, 
II January 1877; died in 
London, aged 40, on 
Thursday, 22 January, 
bur. in Highgate Ceme- 
tery, London, 26 January 
1891. 



Hugh Willan Jackson, born at Welling- 
borough 27 October, bapt. there 
23 November 1877; Captain ist 
Volunteer Battalion Northamptonshire 
Regiment 13 February 1901, Hon. 
Lieutenant in the Army 4 June 1901; 
served in South African War 1900-1901, 
in the operations in the Orange Free 
State May to July 1900, and in the 
Western Transvaal July to October 1900; 
on lines of communication in North of 
Cape Colony October 1900 to April 
1 90 1 (medal with four clasps). 



Francis Willan Jackson, 
born at Wellingborough 
10 July, bapt. there 
I August 1879; Surgeon- 
Captain 37 th Battalion 
Imperial Yeomanry ; 
served in South African 
War 1902 ; Hon. Captain 
in the Army. 



Evelyn Willan Jackson, 
born at Wellingborough 25 
March, bapt. there 18 April 
1881 ; of Trinity Hall, 
Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1899, 
B.A. and L.L.B. 1902 ; 
Lieutenant ist Volunteer 
Battalion Northamptonshire 
Regiment. 



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William Hugh Jackson of Bedford • 
born 5 July, bapt. at Wisbech, co. 
Cambridge, i6 July 1823; J. P. for 
CO. Bedford ; died at his residence, 
Bromham Road, Bedford, aged 
72, on Wednesday, 14 August, bur. 
in the cemetery at Bedford 17 
August 1895. M.I. Will dated 
21 April 1892, proved at North- 
ampton 18 September 1895, by 
Willan Jackson, gent., the son, the 
surviving Exor. 



=Margaret Corrie, youngest dau. 
of Joseph Keep of Welling- 
borough, CO. Northampton, by 
Peggie his wife, dau. of Adam' 
Corrie of Senwick, co. Kirkcud- 
bright; born at Wellingborough 
II November 1825, and bapt. 
there privately ; died, aged 66, 
on Tuesday, 5 April, bur. in the 
cemetery at Bedford 9 April 
1892. M.I. 



Charles Willan Jackson, 
born at Leverington, co. 
Cambridge, 13 January, 
bapt. there privately 14 
January 1828 (baptism 
registeredat Leverington); 
died, aged 13, 19 January, 
bur. at Elm, co. Cam- 
bridge, 22 January 1841. 
Memorial window and 
stone in chancel of the 
church at Elm. 



Fanny, born at Bed- 
ford 20 August 1856, 
and bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Bedford ; marr. at 
St. Brides', Fleet 
Street, London, 22 
December 1892, Tho- 
mas Hunt of The Old 
Vicarage, Newport, 
CO. Essex (eldest son 
of Thomas Hunt, 
Medical Officer of 
Health for Port 
Phillip, Victoria, Aus- 
tralia, by his wife, 
Mysie Lucy Sweetman 
of Skibbereen, co. 
Cork) ; born at Port 
Phillip, Victoria, 19 
March 1854. 

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Ada, born at Bedford 7 September 1858, and 
bapt. at Holy Trinity, Bedford ; marr. there (by 
the Rev. Corrie Jackson, brother of the bride) 
on Thursday, 19 October 1882, Oswald Fordham 
Tatham of " The Hawthorns," Framfield, co. 
Sussex (eldest son of Henry Tatham, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of John Smith) ; born in 
London 13 June 1856, bapt. at St. Mark's, 
Regent's Park, London, 7 April 1861 ; 
entered the Bedfordshire Militia, appointed 2nd 
Lieutenant ist Battalion Gloucestershire Regi- 
ment of Foot in November 1876, exchanged as 
Lieutenant to West India Regiment, and again 
as Captain to Royal Scots Fusiliers in 1889; 
served in Ashantee Campaign 1881 ; retired as 
Captain 1894 ; served with Royal Scottish 
Reserve Regiment 1900-1901, and with 8th 
Provisional Battalion May 1901 to February 
1903 ; Major Reserve of Officers October 1902. 



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Margaret, born at 
Bedford 1 1 Novem- 
ber 1 86 1, and bapt. 
at Holy Trinity, 
Bedford ; marr. at the 
Embassy Chapel, Paris 
(by the Rev. Corrie 
Jackson, brother of 
the bride), on Wednes- 
day, II June 1890, 
Archibald Joseph 
Gilbert Tatham of 
Hunstanton, co. Nor- 
folk (younger son of 
Henry Tatham, by 
Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of John Smith); 
born 24 October 
i860, bapt. at St. 
Mark's, Regent's Park, 
London, 7 April 1861. 

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Sylvia Margaret, born at Toddington,co. Bedford, 
3 January, bapt. there 2 February 1878 ; marr. 
at Wellingborough (by the Rev. Harry Gillespie 
Topham of Farnham, co. Surrey, assisted by the 
Rev. Benjamin Dulley of St. Peter's, London 
Docks, cousin of the bridegroom, and the Rev. 
H. L. Arnold of Wellingborough) on Thursday, 
I June 1899, Hereward Reid Sharman of 
Wellingborough (son of Matthew Reid Sharman 
of Wellingborough, by Mary Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of Benjamin Dulley); born 15 February 
1875, and bapt. privately at Wellingborough ; 
formerly Captain ist Volunteer Battalion 
Northamptonshire Regiment. 



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Henry Corrie Jackson, born 
at Malvern, co. Worcester, 
18 June, bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Malvern, 25 July 
1879; educated at Merchant 
Taylors' School and at St. 
John's College, Oxford ; 
served in South African \Var 
with 58th Company Imperial 
Yeomanry (medal) ; died 
at Boshof, South Africa, of 
enteric fever, 26 May 1900, 
and bur. in the cemetery 
there. 



Phyllis Corrie, 
born at Hilgay, 
CO. Norfolk, 9 
October, bapt. 
there 6 Novem- 
ber 1881. 



Elsie Muriel, 
bom at Hilgay 
5 June, bapt. 
there 2 De- 
cember 1883. 




143 



Facsimile of a Portrait of Thomas Phillips, Inspector 
of Ordnance in Scilly, afterwards at Mauritius and 
Bermuda ; bom 6 January lySi ; died g April i8^i ; 
in the possession of his son, Rear- Admiral Thomas Tyacke 
Phillips of " The Hermitage" Paignton, co. Devon. 



Thomas Phillips (son of Thomas= 
Phillips of Boscreage, St. Germoe, 
CO. Cornwall) ; bapt. at St. Germoe 
17 October 1749; Captain Scilly 
Militia and Inspector of Ordnance for 
the Government ; died at Trewithen, 
CO. Cornwall, 14 February, bur. at 
St. Germoe 19 February 1802. 



=Sibella, dau. of James Pellowe of Penryn, co. Cornwall, 
by Sibella his wife, dau. of Richard Dunn of Mylor, co. 
Cornwall ; born at Penryn, and bapt. at St. Gluvias, 
CO. Cornwall, i December 1751 ; marr. there 6 April 
1780; died 13 April, bur. at St. Germoe 22 April 1813. 



Emily, dau. of= 
Captain John 
RowlandofPen- 
ryn, by Harriet 
his wife, dau. of 
W. Johns of 
Penzance, co. 
Cornwall; marr. 
at Madron, co. 
Cornwall, 13 
July i8r6; died 
at Bermuda, and 
bur. at St. 
George's, Ber- 
muda, I 
tember 
I St wife. 



Sep- 
1819. 



=Thomas Phillips, born at= 
St. Germoe 6 January, and 
bapt. there 1 8 March 1781; 
succeeded his father as 
Inspector of Ordnance in 
Scilly, and afterwards at 
Newfoundland, Isle of 
Bourbon, Mauritius and 
Bermuda ; died at Ply- 
mouth,co. Devon, aged 70, 
9 April, bur. in the ceme- 
tery at Plymouth 15 April 
185 1. WilldatedisMarch 
1850, proved(P.C.C., 503, 
51) 18 June 1851, by 
Thomas Phillips Tyacke 
and George Frederick 
Truscott, the Exors. 



^Frances Lewis, 4th dau. of the Hon'''^ Joseph 
Hutchison, Member of the Legislative Council of 

Bermuda, by Mary his wife, eldest dau. of John 
Esten of Paget's Island, Bermuda; born in Bermuda 
20 March, bapt. at St. George's, Bermuda, 12 April 
1801 ; marr. at Hammersmith, co. Middlesex, 
4 January 1823; died at Shaugh Prior, co. Devon, 
aged 84, on Wednesday, 6 May, bur. in the 
cemetery at Plymouth 11 May 1885. 2nd wife. 

{See Pedigree of Hutchison, Vol. V., page 7/.) 



Laura, born in Bermuda, and bapt. at St. George's, Bermuda, 29 July, 
died the same day, and bur. at St. George's, Bermuda, 30 July 1824. 



Emily Rowland, born 26 September 1817, bapt. at St. George's, Bermuda, Thomas John 

24 August 1825 ; marr. at St. Mark's, Kennington, co. Surrey (by the Rev. Phillips, born 

George Greig), 31 December 1855, Henry Sheppard Smyth (son of Charles in Bermuda, 

Smyth of Spanish Town, Jamaica, West Indies, and grandson of Sir and bapt. at 

Richard Smyth, ist Sheriff for co. Buckingham); born in Jamaica 10 May St. George's, 

1807; of the Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms ; died at Ellesmere House, Bermuda, 5 

Weighton Road, South Penge Park, co. Surrey, aged 58, on Sunday, Sept. _ 1819 ; 

7 January, bur. in Norwood Cemetery, co. Surrey, 12 January 1866. died in Ber- 

Will dated 12 December 1865, proved (Prin. Reg., 117, 66) 9 February 1866, muda,andbur. 

by Emily Rowland Smyth of Ellesmere House, South Penge Park, co. Surrey, at St. George's, 

the relict, the sole Executrix. She died at Ellesmere House, Weighton Road, Bermuda, 1 1 

South Penge Park, aged 54, on Monday, 10 October, and was bur. in Norwood Sept. 1819. 
Cemetery 13 October 1870. Will dated 22 February 1870, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 690, 70) 28 October 1870, by Frederick Hervey Bathurst Phillips of 
2 Lightfoot Road, Hornsey, co. Middlesex, a Captain in the Royal Artillery, and 
Leigh Churchill Smyth of Heathfield, Tunbridge Wells, co. Kent, the Exors. 



I 



145 



Sibella Pellowe, born 28 December 1782, bapt. 
It St. Mary's, Scilly, 21 February 1783; marr. 

t Breage, co. Cornwall, 26 January 1802 ; 

vichard Tyacke of (iodolphin, St. Germoe, co. 
Cornwall (son of Nicholas Tyacke, by Hannah 
his wife); born 19 January 1772, bapt. at 
St. Germoe 31 January 1773; died at Godolphin, 
St. Germoe, 5 J3ecember, bur. at St. Germoe 
10 December 1825. Adiiion (with will dated 
29 November 1825) was granted (P.C.C., 507 
Swabey) i6 September 1826, to Sibella Tyacke, 
the relict. She died at Nansloe, near Helston, 
CO. Cornwall, and was bur. at St. Germoe 
25 August 1854. Will dated 19 January 1854, 
proved (P.C.C., 962, 54) i December 1854, 
by Amelia Tyacke, Mary Tyacke and Emily 
Phillips Tyacke, spinsters, the daughters, the 
Executrixes. =p 



Hannah, born 19 December 1785, bapt. 
at St. Mary's, Scilly, 9 February 1786 ; 
marr. at St. Germoe 2 March 181 3, John 
Tyacke of Merthen, co. Cornwall (son of 
Nicholas Tyacke, by Hannah his wife) ; 
born 25 November 1781, bapt. at St. Germoe 
13 January 1782; died at Merthen 11 
August, bur. at St. Germoe 16 August 1858. 
Will dated 1 1 June 1855, proved (Prin. Reg., 
634) 59)1 20 October 1859, by Thomas 
Phillips Tyacke of the Borough of Helston, 
CO. Cornwall, gent., and John Tyacke of 
Merthen, co. Cornwall, gent., the son, two 
of the Exors. She died at Penzance, co. 
Cornwall, and was bur. at St. Germoe 
18 March 1875. 



Frances Hastings, bom in Bermuda 

(only son of 
Francis Truscott of Alphington, co. Devon, Commander 

R.N., by Catherine 
of the Hon''''= 




28 July, bapt. at St. George's, Bermuda, 24 
August 1825 ; marr. at Plympton St. Mary, 
CO. Devon, 4 October 1855, George Frederick 
Truscott of Heavi- ' — 

tree, co. Devon y^ rC"^ < ^ ^ 




Rebecca his wife, dau. 



/*^UX&c<^S;^^^- 



Joseph Hutchison, 
' JSa J^-'i^ Member of the 

^^;^ Legislative Council 

^ of Bermuda (see Fedigree of Hutchison, Vol. V., 
' page 6g) ; born at E.xeter, co. Devon, 16 May, 
bapt. at Holy Trinity, Exeter, 17 June 181 7. She died at Exeter 17 December, and was 
bur. at St. Michael's, Heavitree, 23 December 1867. He marr. 2ndly at St. Michael's, 
Heavitree (by the Rev. Charles Dicken, uncle of the bride, assisted by the Rev. Henry Knott 
Venn), on Thursday, 4 February 1869, Clara Mary, dau. of Henry Perry Dicken, Commander 
R.N. (see Pedigree of Dicken, Vol. VII., page ijp), by Emily 
Ellen his wife, youngest dau. of Henry Williams of Fal- 
mouth, CO. Cornwall 

' .^^''"^^^^ ^^^^ Pedigree of 

-^'^'^^^^^^^iaiCj^^g-^^ Williams, Vol. X., 

page 64) ; born at Falmouth 1 7 March, bapt. at 
Budock, CO. Cornwall, 6 June 1834; died at 
Heavitree, aged 40, on Wednesday, 15 April, bur. there 20 April 1874. He died 8 January, 
and was bur. at St. Michael's, Heavitree, 13 January 1898. 

I A 

(See Pedigree of Truscott, Vol. IV., page /or.) 




J^-y.(2. 



/i^^ei 



146 



Henrietta, bapt. at St. Mary's, Scilly, 21 August 1789; marr. 
George George, Commander R.N. ; entered the Royal Navy 

3 September 1793, as first-class volunteer on board the "Glory," 98 
(Captain Francis Pender), Midshipman 1794 of the "Resolution," 
Acting Lieutenant 1797 in the "Lynx"; assisted at the capture 
of " Le Mentor" 27 June 1798, saved his ship from destruction 
during violent hurricane, and made Lieutenant 26 November 
1799; captured off St. Domingo, while in command of a boat, 
a French schooner of 6 guns, and a Dutch sloop mounting 

4 swivels; he afterwards in 1802, in the "Chichester" troop-ship, 
through great presence of mind, saved that vessel from being 
lost on the rocks off the Isle of Wight; assisted at the reduction, 
in June 1803, of the Islands of Tobago and St. Lucie; on 
8 October 1804, while in the "Albacore," obtained the high 
approbation of his captain for the very animated part he bore in 
an attack under very heavy fire near Grosnez de Flamanville ; 
retired as Commander 31 May 1844; died, aged 77, and bur. 
in Brompton Cemetery, London, 8 February 1855. Will dated 
19 August 1854, with codicil dated 19 January 1855, proved 
(P.C.C, 218, 55) 9 March 1855, by George Francis Nott, William 
Andrew Tyacke, and George Frederick George and Henry 
Augustus George, the sons, the Exors. Admon was granted at 
Bodmin 27 August i860, to Georgiana Sibella George of Germoe, 
CO. Cornwall, spinster, one of the children. She died at 
Penzance, co. Cornwall, aged 70, 9 October, and was bur. at St. 
Germoe 13 October 1859. =j= 



Johanna, born i May, bapt. 
at St. Mary'.s, Scilly, 20 July 
1792; marr. at St. Germoe 
15 July 1815, James Tilly 



/M^zU* 







(4th son of Tobias 'I'illy of 
Penzance, by Sally Tregear 
his wife, of Treath, near 
Breage, co. Cornwall ; born 
at Madron, co. Cornwall, 
29 May, bapt. there 29 July 
1785; died at Flushing-in- 
Mylor, CO. Cornwall, and 
bur. at Perranwell, co. 
Cornwall, 16 October 
1862. She died 3 April, 
and was bur. at St. Gluvias, 
CO. Cornwall, 7 April 1S80. 



Frederick Hervey Bathurst Phillips, born=pCatherine, dau. of the Rev. Sir Thomas Francis 



in Bermuda 20 August 1827, bapt. at St. 
George's, Bermuda, 18 October 1828; 
entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant 
Royal Artillery 1 May 1846, Lieutenant 
14 October 1846, Captain 17 February 
1854 (retired i July 1881). 



Fetherston, Bart., by Adeline his ist wife, dau. of 
Colonel William Godley (S3rd Regiment) of Oak- 
lands, co. Dublin; born at Hackwood, Killeshandra, 
CO. Cavan, i May, bapt. at Killeshandra 15 May 
1828; marr. at St. Peter's, Dublin, 23 September 
1851. 



Adeline Elizabeth, 
born at Hackwood, 
Killeshandra, co. 
Cavan, 8 Septem- 
ber, bapt. privately 
10 September 1852 
(baptism registered 
at Killigar, co. 
Leitrim). 



Frances Margaret, born at 
Hackwood, Killeshandra, 
9 August, bapt. at Killigar 
5 November 1854 ; marr. 
at Holy Trinity, Penge, co. 
Surrey (by the Rev. An- 
drew Augustus Wild Drew, 
Vicar of St. Antholin's, 
Nunhead, co. Surrey), on 
Wednesday, 29 December 
1880, John Charles Bois 
of Shangai, China, son of 
Henry Bois of Beverley 
Road, South Penge Park, 
CO. Surrey. =p 
A 



Thomas F"rederick Phillips,=j=Amy, dau. of J. 



born at Portaliffe, near 
Killeshandra, 17 June, 
bapt. at Killeshandra (by 
the Rev. J. C. Martin) 13 
July 1856. 



Catherine Anne, born 
and bapt. at the Cape 
of Good Hope. 



Robinson of 

Robertson, South 
Africa ; marr. at 
Robertson i Feb- 
ruary 1879. 



Gilbert Phillips, born 
and bapt. at the 
Cape of Good Hope. 



147 



Adeliza Bristowe=f=Lieut.-Colonel George Hutchison Phillips, born in=f=! 



Dyett, born i8 
January 1837 ; 
marr. at Sierra 
Leone, West 

Coast of Africa; 
died at Panmure, 
East London, 
South Africa, in 
July 1864, and 
bur. there. ist 
wife. 



Bermuda 18 January 1829, bapt. at St. George's, 
Bermuda, 31 January 1838; Lieut. -Colonel in 
H.M. Commissariat Department; died at Down- 
derry, St. Germans, co. Cornwall, 14 August, bur. 
at St. Anne's, Hessenford, co. Cornwall, 18 August 
1896. Will dated 8 January 1896, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 585, 97) 28 May 1897, by Emily Georgina 
Phillips, the relict, the sole Executrix. 



=Emily Georgina, dau. of 
William Coventry Oak, 
by Elizabeth Boys his 
wife, dau. of John 
Boys Tucker ; born at 
Blandford, co. Dorset, 
30 August, bapt. there 
4 December 1846; marr. 
at Holy Trinity, King 
Williams Town, South 
Africa, 7 April 1866. 
2nd wife. 



Maude Eliza, born at Sierra Leone, West Coast of 
Africa, 8 August 1857; marr. at Battleford, North- 
West Territory, Canada, i June 1887, the Rev. 
Julius Foster Dyke Parker (son of the Rev. Henry 
Parker, Rector of St. Mary's-in-the-Marsh, Romney, 
CO. Kent, by Anne his wife) ; born at the Rectory, 
St. Mary's-in-the-Marsh, Romney, 17 May, bapt. at 
St. Mary's-in-the-Marsh, Romney, 17 July 1859; 
Missionary (Society for Propagation of the Gospel) 
at Prince Albert, North-West Territory, Canada, 
1896- 1 90 1, Licumbent of St. George's, Battleford, 
since 1901. =p 



George Douglas 
Phillips, born 28 
November 1859; 
died at East 
London, South 
Africa, 24 Jan- 
uary 1 864, and 
bur. there. 



Arthur Alfred Phillips, 
born at Port Elizabeth, 
South Africa, 26 August, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Port Elizabeth, 13 No- 
vember 1861 ; killed by 
Zulus at Roodepoort, 
South Africa, in 1889, 
and bur. at Krugersdorp, 
South Africa. 



Charles HutchisorUi=Nellie, 
Phillips, bom at 
Portaliffe, near Kille- 
shandra, co. Cavan, 
2 August, bapt. at 
Killeshandra (by the 
Rev. J. C. Martin) 
21 August 1859. 



Dorothy Margaret, 
born 27 February, 
bapt. at St. Mark's, 
Dalston, co. Middle- 
sex, 27 May 1888. 



dau. of Joseph 
Bond of Brighton, co. 
Sussex, Captain in the 
Merchant Service; born 
27 January i86i ; marr. 
at St. Nicholas', Brigh- 
ton, 12 December 1885. 



Herbert Cecil Phillips, 
bom 25 August, bapt. 
at St. Mark's, Dalston, 
6 November 1892. 



Rosa Fetherston, born at 22 Barnsbury Park, 
Islington, co. Middlesex, on Thursday, 14 
November 1861 ; marr. at the Cathedral, 
Madras, India, 15 November 1879, Ernest 
Edward MacMahon (son of Brigadier-General 
Patrick William MacMahon, C.B., Commander 
of the Legion d'Honneur, by Ellen his wife, 
3rd dau. of George Savage Curtiss of Eastcliffe, 
Teignmouth, co. Devon, Lord Lieutenant for 
CO. Devon) ; born at Sandgate, co. Kent, on 
Sunday, 4 January, bapt. in the Chapel School, 
Shomcliffe, co. Kent, 29 January 1857 ; entered 
the Army as Lieutenant in the 67th Regiment 
13 June 1874, Captain 13 June 1885, Wing 
Officer 3rd Aladras Native Infantry; served in 
the Soudan and Burmese Campaigns (medals); 
died at Rovapoorum, near Madras, aged 36, on 
Saturda}', 4 June, bur. in St. Mary's Cemetery, 
Madras, 5 June 1892. =f= 
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148 



Rear-Admiral Thomas Tyacke Phillips of Paignton, co. Devon, R.N. ; born= 
in Bermuda lo March 1832, bapt. at St. George's, Bermuda, 31 January 
1838; Naval Cadet of "Avenger," in which Ibraham Pasha returned to Egypt 
in 1846, and received sabre of honour; Midshipman of "Fury," and com- 
manded a boat when in company with "Columbine," two fleets of 84 junks 
and 2,400 pirates were destroyed in October 1849 (mentioned in despatches); 
Acting Mate of "Hastings" 1852 in Burmese War, commanded an armed 
schooner on Irrawaddy (Burmese medal and Pegu clasp) ; on board the 
Royal Yacht 28 June to 23 September 1854; Lieutenant 1854, Gunnery 
Lieutenant to "Esk" in Baltic 1855, constantly employed on boats in 
cutting out and burning vessels in Gulf of Bothnia (Baltic medal) ; received 
Captain's Good Service Pension 1885-89; Commander 1864, Post Captain 
1873, Rear-Admiral 1889. 



=Ellen Annie, dau. 
of Thomas Hand, 
by Ellen Julia his 
wife, dau. of Ben- 
jamin Humphrey 
Smart ; born at 
Richmond, co. 
Surrey, on Friday, 
13 April, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Rich- 
mond, 29 July 
1849; marr. at St. 
Michael's, Heavi- 
tree, co. Devon, 
10 July 1866. 



George Percy Achilles Phillips, born at sea on board= 
the "Achilles" 9 December 1866, bapt. at St. 
George's Cathedral, Hong Kong, China, 13 August 
1867; Captain the Western Division (Severn) Royal 
Engineers (Militia) 13 December 1899 ; served in 
South African War 1902 (mentioned in despatches, 
"London Gazette," 29 July 1902); now serving as 
Captain Rhodesian Field Force. 



^Blanche Duval, dau. of William Henry 
Craven, Secretary to De Beers Con- 
solidated Mines ; born at Aliwal North, 
South Africa, 29 July, bapt. there 15 
August 1865; marr. at the British Con- 
sulate, Brussels, Belgium, 6 November, 
and again at St. Philip's, Kensington, co. 
Middlesex, 27 December 1892. 



Edith Florine, born at East London, South Africa, 
II March 1863; marr. at Aliwal North, South 
Africa, 23 February 1884, Octavius Ernest Great- 
head (son of James Henry Greathead of Graham's 
Town, South Africa) ; bom at Bayswater, co. 
Middlesex, 11 November, bapt. at St. Matthew's, 
Bayswater, 28 December 1859; died from the 
effects of an accident at Johannesburg, South 
Africa, 27 December, bur. in the cemetery at 
Johannesburg 29 December 1890. 



A 



Charles Vix Douglas= 
Phillips, born at East 
London, South Africa, 
8 July 1864 ; served 
through the siege of Mafe- 
king in the South African 
War, as Sergeant in the 
Protectorate Regiment, 
afterwards promoted for 
services to be a Lieu- 
tenant in Driscoll's 
Scouts. 



=Minnie, dau. of 
Frederick Semple, 
Commander R.N. , 
by Edith Hester 
his wife, dau. of 
Daniel Seer; born 
at Worcester 1 7 
February 1868 ; 
marr. at Johannes- 
burg 1 1 November 
1889. 



Florence Edith, born at Roode- 
poort. South Africa, 19 
December 1890, and bapt. at 
Krugersdorp, South Africa ; 
died at Roodepoort 27 August 
1 89 1, and bur. at St. Nicholas', 
Krugersdorp. 



Norman Arthur 
Phillips, born 
at Maraisburg, 
South Africa, 
22 September 
1893, and bapt. 
there. 



Constance Alice, born at 
Florida, near Johannes- 
burg, 2 January 1895, 
and bapt. at Krugers- 
dorp; diedat Maraisburg 
II January 1896, and 
bur. there. 



CyrilAlfredPhillips, 
born at Maraisburg, 
South Africa, 1 2 
January 1897, and 
bapt. there. 



Kathleen Sarah Lucy, born at Plympton St. Mary, co. Devon, 22 November 1863; marr. at 
St. George's, Beckenham, co. Kent (by the Rev. Edward Rivaz Fagan), on Thursday, 18 June 
1 89 1, Ernest Thomas Charles Joly (son of Stephen Joly, British Vice-Consul at Smyrna, by 
Sophie his wife, dau. of Henry Borrell of Smyrna); born in Smyrna 29 January 1S59, bapt. at 
the Consular Chapel, Smyrna, 27 September i860. =f= 

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149 



Harriet Sybella, bom in Bermuda 4 August 
1834, bapt. at St. George's, Bermuda, 31 
January 1838 ; marr. at Newmarket, York 
County, Onlario, Canada, ir September 1858, 
James Hutchison Esten (eldest son of James 
Christie Pahner Esten, 
Vice -Chancellor of 

Toronto, Canada, by 
Anne Frederick his wife, 
youngest dau. of the 
Hon'''' Joseph Hutchi- 
son, Member of the 
Legislative Council of Bermuda [see Pedigree of 
Hutchison, Vol. V., page 7/]); born at Exeter, 
CO. Devon, 23 February, bapt. at St. Sidwell's, 
Exeter, 6 .\pril 1833 ; died at Toronto 13 June, 
bur. in St. James' Cemetery, Toronto, 14 June 
1892. =j= 

A 




Eliza Esten Pellowe, born in Bermuda 
5 November 1836, bapt. at St. George's, 
Bermuda, 31 January 1838 ; marr. at 
Grahamstown, Cape of Good Hope, South 
Africa, 5 May i860, Edwin Litchfield (son 




of Charles Litchfield, by Sarah his wife, 
dau. of Thomas Paget Sharpe) ; born at 
3 Montague Place, Portman Square, London, 
13 March 1834. She died at Hong Kong, 
China, 22 January 1861, and was bur. there 
in the Happy Valley the same day. 



Frank Truscott Phillips, born at 
Hong Kong 20 November 1867, 
bapt. at St. George's Cathedral, 
Hong Kong, 11 March 1868; 
entered the Royal Marine Light 
Infantry as 2nd Lieutenant 
I February 1888, Lieutenant 
I April 1889, Assistant Gunnery 
Instructor 18 August 1893 to 
7 December 1894, Captain (ist 
Division) i April 1897. 



I 
Emily May, born 
at Hong Kong 
18 May 1869, 
and bapt. in St. 
George's Cathe- 
dral, Hong Kong ; 
died 19 June 
1870, and bur. at 
Somerset East, 
Cape of Good 
Hope. 



Daisy Frances, bom 
at Somerset East, 
Cape of Good Hope, 
10 May 1870, and 
bapt. in the parish 
church at Somerset 
East (by Canon 
Woodrooffe) June 
following. 



Mary Rose, born 
at Stoke, Devon- 
port, CO. Devon, 
1 4 March, bapt. at 
Stoke Damerel, 
CO. Devon, 24 
May 1872. 



Margaret Edith Douglas, born at Avenue 
Lodge, Hillingdon, co. Middlesex, 16 
November 1865, bapt. at the parish 
church, Hillingdon, 24 March 1866; died 
at Homsey, co. Middlesex, aged 4 years 
and 5 months, on Wednesday, 13 April, 
bur. in Islington Cemetery, co. Middlesex, 
16 April 1870. 



Douglas Phillips, born at 
Tollington Park, co. Middle- 
sex, 22 November 1867, 
bapt. at the parish church, 
Tollington Park, 17 Feb- 
ruary 1868; died 10 January, 
bur. in Islington Cemetery 
13 January 1870. 



Georgina Constance, 
born at South Penge 
Park, CO. Surrey, in 
October 1873, and 
died there in April 
1875- 



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Alfred Goldney Selina Louisa Laurence, born in Bermuda i6 October 1842, bapt. at 
Phillips, born St. George's, Bermuda, 14 March 1843 ; marr. at St. Michael's, Heavitree, 
in Bermuda co. Devon, 12 October 1875, the Rev. James Baxter Strother (eldest son of 
in 1840, bapt. Anthony Strother of 

at St. George's, ^ ^ 1 A ^ f[ Eastfield Hall, co. 

Bermuda, 13 \u . , n , itiLt/mlfi '■VW/i jTl ll A ^ ' Northumberland, by 

February 1842 ; /fVlAWid. f TIMKAXAj (jl/lV ^''^M^^ Ann his wife, dau. of 

died of yellow *' '' William Manderson) ; 

fever in Ber- born at Woolwich, 

muda26August co. Kent, 30 October, and bapt. privately 24 November 1832 ; of Magdalen 

1843, and bur. Hall, Oxford, matriculated 3 June 1854, aged 21, B.A. and M.A. 1863; 

at St. George's Rector of St. Mary Steps, Exeter, co. Devon, 1864-76, and Vicar of Shaugh 

the same day. Prior, co. Devon, 1878-90; died at Kirknewton, Newton Abbot, co. Devon, 

aged 67, on Saturday, 9 December, bur. at St. Andrew's, Kenn, co. 

Devon, 14 December 1899. Will dated 11 March 1895, with codicil dated 

7 June 1898, proved (Prin. Reg., 507, 1900) 8 March 1900, by the Rt. Hon'^'"= 

/ William, Earl of Stamford, one of the Exors. 



Violet Oak, born at Stoke, Devonport, co. 
Devon, 30 January, bapt. at Stoke Damerel, 
CO. Devon, 2 May 1873; marr. at Sheviocke, 
CO. Cornwall (by the Rev. Gerald Pole-Carew), 
30 January 1901, the Rev. Arthur Ellis 
Cleather (only son of the Rev. George Ellis 
Cleather, Rural Dean, and Rector of Brixton 
Deverill, co. Wilts, by Jane his wife, dau. of 
John Russell of Piercefield Park, co. 
Monmouth, High Sheriff for that county) ; 
born at Cherington, co. Wilts, 9 November 
1859; educated at Naval College, Portsmouth, 
and at Wadham College, Oxford, matriculated 
21 January 1876, aged 19, B.A. of Charsley 
Hall 1883, M.A. 1884; Curate-in-Charge 
of Phillack with Gwithian, co. Cornwall, 
since 1900. =j= 



Thomas William 
PhiUips, born at 
Stoke, Devon- 
port, 29 March, 
bapt. at St. 
James', Keyham, 
CO. Devon, 27 
September 1874; 
3rd Officer on s.s. 
" Jason," Ocean 
Steamship Co., 
and holds Cap- 
tain's certificate 
1903. 



Norman Routh Phillips, born 
at Plymouth, co. Devon, 12 
May, bapt. at St. James'-the- 
Less, Plymouth, 30 December 
1875 ; entered the London 
Hospital I October 1893 ; 
M.R.C.S. Eng. and L.R.C.P. 
Lond. 29 January 1901 ; 
Resident Medical Officer, 
Queen Adelaide Dispensary, 
London, 14 February 1901 ; 
Assistant House Surgeon 
KentandCanterburyHospital 
21 October 1901 ; Senior 
HouseSurgeon i March 1902. 



151 



Rev. Lionel Fretnantle Phillips, bom at Trelill, near Helston, co. Comwall,= 
1 8 September, bapt. in the parish church of St. Wendron, co. Cornwall, 
30 November 1845; of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, B.A. 1867, M.A. 
1873; Curate of West Alvington, co. Devon, 1870-72; Assistant-Master 
Mussoorie School, India, 1872-77, Officiating Head-Master of St. Paul's 
School, Darjeeling, India, 1877-78, Head-Master Allahabad Boys' High 
School, 1878-80; Chaplain Bengal Ecclesiastical Establishment 1880-1900, 
at Allahabad 1880-82, Fyzabad, 1882-85, Landour and Dehra 1885-87, 
Agra 1887-90; Assistant Curate of St. Mary Magdalen's, Launceston, co. 
Cornwall, 1891-92, at Lucknow 1892-94, Muttra 1894-98, Landour and 
Dehra 1898-99; retired in 1900. 



=Anna Rosina, dau. 
of Charles Gottlieb 
Niebel, and widow 
of Henry Warren 
Walker ; born at 
Darjeeling, India, 
17 August 1856; 
marr.atSt. Andrew's, 
Darjeeling, 20 De- 
cember 1877. 



Frances Hutchison, 
born at Allahabad, 
North - West Pro- 
vince, India, i 
August, bapt. at 
Holy Trinity, Alla- 
habad, 22 August 
1879. 



George Lionel Esten 
Phillips, born at 
Allahabad 1 1 July, 
bapt. in Cantonment 
Church Room 1 Au- 
gust 1881 ; died at 
Fyzabad, India, 25 
May, bur. in the 
cemetery at Fyzabad 
26 May 1882. 



Harriette Hervey, bom 
at Fyzabad 7 June, 
bapt. privately 15 June 
1883 ; died at Fyzabad 
25 September 1885, 
bur. in the cemetery at 
Fyzabad the same 
evening. 



Charles Truscott Phillips, 
born at Landour 7 Oc- 
tober, bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Landour, 2 9 October 1887. 



Elfrida Victoria Pellowe, 
born at Launceston 20 
June, bapt. at St. Mary 
Magdalen's, Launceston, 
7 August 1892. 



Lilian Louise, born 
at Plymouth, co. 
Devon, 2 1 May, 
bapt. at St. James'- 
the-Less, Plymouth, 
7 October 1S76. 



John Boys Phillips, born at 
Plymouth 4 September, bapt. 
at St. James'-the-Less, Ply- 
mouth, 9 December 1877, 
died at Downderry, co. 
Cornwall, 19 May, bur. at 
Hessenford, near St. Ger- 
mans, CO. Cornwall, 23 May 
1891. 



Claud Hutchison Phillips, born at Mutley, 
near Plymouth, 7 December 1880, bapt. at 
St. James'-the-Less, Plymouth, 5 February 
1881 ; joined the training ship "Worcester" 
I February 1895 ; killed by a fall from the 
mast of sailing ship " Sardomene," on his 
homeward voyage, 3 November 1897, and 
bur at sea the next day. 




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15 = 



Cabe^iSrotone^Cabe of ^taufovti, 
CO* JOtortljampton, 




Arms on record in the College of Anns. — 
Quarterly : ist and 4th, Azure, fretty 
argent, Cave; 2nd and 3rd, Azure, a 
chevron between three escallops or, all 
within a bordure engrailed gules, Browne. 

Crests. — I, A greyhound courant sable, 
collared argent, Cave; 2, A stork proper, 
winged and gorged with a ducal coronet 
or, beaked and merabered gules. 

Aloilo over Cave crest. — Gardez. 



Sir William Cave-Browne-Cave of= 
Stanford, co. Northampton, and of 
Stretton Hall, in the parish of Stretton- 
en-le-Field, co. Derby, Bart, (eldest 
son and heir of John Cave-Browne of 
Stretton Hall, by Catherine his 2nd 
wife, dau. and heiress of Thomas Astley 
of Wood Eaton, co. Stafford, and of 
Astley, CO. Salop); born 19 February, 
bapt. at Stretton-en-le-Field 25 March 
1765 ; succeeded his cousin, the Rev. 
Sir Charles Cave, as 9th Bart. 2 1 March 
1810; assumed the surname of Cave 
in addition to and after that of Cave- 
Browne, which surnames were confirmed 
to his issue, male, together with the 
arms of Browne quarterly with those of 
Cave, by Royal Licence dated 18 January 
1839 ; marr. istly at Cro.xall, co. Derby, 
13 October 1788, Sarah, dau. of Thomas 
Prinsep of Croxall, who was bur. at 
Stretton-en-le-Field 21 June 1790, having 
had issue a son, who died young. Sir 
William Cave-Browne-Cave died, aged 
73, 24 August, and was bur. at Stretton- 
en-le-Field 29 August 1838. Brass tablet 
on wall of chancel at Stretton-en-le-Field. 
Will dated 14 October 1835, proved 
(P.C.C.,686 Nicholl) 1 2 November 1838, 
by the Rev. Edward Sacheverell Cave- 
Browne-Cave, the son, the sole Exor. 



'Louisa, 4th dau. 
of Sir Robert 
Meade Wilmot 
of Chaddesden, 
CO. Derby, Bart., 
by Mary his 
wife, dau. and 
heiress of Wil- 
liam Woollett ; 
born 8 Febru- 
ary 1 77 1, bapt. 
privately the 
same day (bap- 
tism registered 
at Chaddesden); 
marr. at Stret- 
ton-en-le-Field 4 
January 1793; 
died, aged 53, 
23 April, bur. 
at Stretton-en- 
le-Field 3oApril 
1824. 2nd wife. 



William Cave-Browne- 
Cave, bapt. at Stretton- 
en-le-Field 8 June, and 
bur. there 30 June 
1794. _ 

Harriot, bapt. at Stret- 
ton-en-le-Field 7 July 
1795 ; marr. there (by 
the Rev. John Cave- 
Browne-Cave) 4 Sep- 
tember 1832, William 
Booth of Beighton, co. 
Derby ; Major 15th 
Light Dragoons. 



Louisa Catharine, bapt. 
at Stretton-en-le-Field 
19 October 1796; bur. 
there 24 February 1 8 10. 



Sir John Robert Cave-Browne-Cave of= 
Stanford, co. Northampton, and of 
Stretton Hall, in the parish of Stretton- 
en-le-Field, CO. Derby, Bart. ; born at 
Stretton-en-le-Field 4 March, bapt. 
there 10 May 1798; authorised, with 
his brothers, by Royal Licence dated 
18 January 1839, to continue the use 
of the surname of Cave and to bear 
the arms of Browne in the 2nd quarter; 
High Sheriff for co. Derby 1844; 
succeeded his father as loth Bart. 24 
August 1838; died at Stretton Hall, in 
his 58th year, on Sunday, 1 1 November, 
bur. at Stretton-en-le-Field 17 No- 
vember 1855. M.I. Will dated 23 
September 1852, proved (P.C.C, 13, 
56) 9 January 1856, by Dame Catharine 
Penelope Cave-Browne-Cave, the relict, 
and Sir Mylles Cave-Browne-Cave, 
Bart., the son, the Exors. 



=Catharine Penelope, youngest 
dau. and coheir of William 
Mills of Barlaston Hall, co. 
Stafford ; born 25 June, bapt. 
at Basford, co. Nottingham, 
10 October 1799; marr. at 
Kenilworth, co. Warwick, 22 
November 1821; died there, 
aged 71, on Monday, 13 
March, bur. at Stretton-en-le- 
Field 29 March 1871. M.L 
Will dated 20 January 1869, 
with two codicils of same date, 
proved at Birmingham 10 
May 1S71, by John Balguy 
of Longton Hall, Stoke-upon- 
Trent, co. Stafford, and 
Thomas Heath of Warwick, 
the Exors. 



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Eliza Martha, 2nd= 
dau. of Samuel 
Watiien of New 
House, CO. Glou- 
cester ; marr. at 
Stroud, CO. Glou- 
cester (by the Rev. 
John Williams, 
D.D.), on Wednes- 
day, 2 May 1828; 
died s.p., aged 24, 
6 November, bur. 
at Stretton-en-le- 
Field.co. Derby, II 
November 1828. 
M.I. ist wife. 



=Rev. 
born 



William Astley Cave-Browne-Cave,= 
3 August 1799, bapt. privately the 



next day (baptism registered at Stretton-en- 
le-Field) ; of Brasenose College, Oxford, 
matriculated 14 January 18 18, aged 18, 
B.A. 1821, M.A. 1824; Rector of Flixton, 
CO. Lancaster, 1823-42, and of Stretton- 
en-le- Field 1843 until his death ; died 
suddenly at Penmaenmawr, co. Carnarvon, 
aged 62, on Friday, 13 June, bur. at 
Stretton-en-le-Field 19 June 1862. Memorial 
tablet on chancel wall at Stretton-en-le-Held. 
Will dated 4 July i860, proved (Prin. Reg., 
377, 62) 30 July 1862, by John Campbell of 
Liverpool, CO. Lancaster, and Charles Lee 
Minton of Newstead, co. Stafford, the Exors. 



=Julia, dau. of Thomas Minton 
of Stoke-upon-Trent, co. 
Stafford ; marr. by licence at 
St. Peter-ad-Vincula, Stoke- 
upon-Trent (by the Rev. 
Benjamin Vale), 25 March 
1830; died at Colwall Court, 
Great Malvern, co. Worcester, 
on Thursday, 6 September 
1866. Will dated 24 Novem- 
ber 1855, with codicil dated 
22 April 1864, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 693, 66) 21 November 
1866, by John Campbell of 
The Grove, Toxteth Park, 
Liverpool, co. Lancaster, one 
of the Exors. 2nd wife. 



Louisa Wilmot, bapt. at Flixton 31 March 1833; marr. at Stretton-en-le-Field (by her father) 
3 August 1853, Colin Minton Campbell of Hartshill and Woodseat, co. Stafford (eldest 
son of John Campbell of Liverpool, Ijy Mary his wife, dau. of Thomas Minton of 
Stoke-upon-Trent); born at Liverpool 27 August 1827; Member Society of Arts i860; J. P. 
and D.L. for co. Stafford, High Sheriff 1869; M.P. for North Stafford 10 February 1874 to 
24 March 1880; formerly Major ist Stafford Rifle Volunteers and Captain 20th Staffordshire 
Yeomanry; died at Woodseat, in the parish of Rocester, co. Stafford, aged 57, on Sunday, 
8 February 1885. Bronze statue of him, by Thomas Brock, R.A., unveiled at Stoke-upon- 
Trent I January 1887. Will dated 16 February 1882, proved (Prin. Reg., 320, 85) 23 April 
1885, by John Fitzherbert Campbell of Woodseat, in the parish of Rocester, co. Stafford, 
the son, Herbert Campbell of 43 South Hill Road, Toxteth Park, Liverpool, co. Lancaster, 
the brother, and Samuel Herbert Cooper of Newcastle-under-Lyme, co. Stafford, the Exors. 

A 



Sir Mylles Cave-Browne-Cave of Stanford, co. North-= 
ampton, and of Stretton-en-le-Field, co. Derby, Bart. ; 
born I August, bapt. at Kenihvorth, co. Warwick, 
31 November 1822 ; educated at Eton; D.L. for the 
counties of Derby, Leicester and Warwick, J. P. for 
CO. Derby; formerly Lieutenant nth Hussars, and 
Major Derbyshire Yeomanry Cavalry 1864-74; 
succeeded his father as nth Bart, n November 
1855 ; Patron of the living of Stretton-en-le-Field. 



=Isabella, youngest dau. and coheiress of 
John Taylor of "The Newarke," Leicester, 
and of Stretton Hall, in the parish of 
Stretton-en-le-Field, co. Derby ; marr. at 
Stretton-en-le-Field (by the Rev. William 
Astley Cave-Browne-Cave, the Rector, 
uncle of the bridegroom) on Tuesday, 
15 May 1855. 



Millicent Rosamond, born at the 
residence of her grandfather, " The 
Newarke," Leicester, on Friday, 23 
May, bapt. at St. Mary's, Leicester, 
31 May 1856; marr. at Stretton-en-le- 
Field (by the Rev. Nigel Gresley, 
Rector of Over and Nether Scale, co. 
Derby) 3 February 1885, William 
Wentworth Clapham of Crumpsall 
House, CO. Lancaster (son of Charles 
Clapham, by Elizabeth Anne his wife, 
dau. of William Chadwick) ; born at 
Wakefield, co. York, i June 1S41, and 
bapt. there. =:= 



Geoffrey Lisle Cave- 
Browne-Cave, bom 
at "The Newarke," 
Leicester, on Thurs- 
day, 5 November, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Leicester, i o Novem- 
ber 1857 ; died at 
Trevandrum, South 
India, aged 22, 17 
September 1880, and 
bur. there. M.I. at 
Stretton-en-le-Field. 

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Mabel, bom at " The Newarke," 
Leicester, on Friday, 15 May, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Leicester, 
6 June 1863. 



Genille Cave-Browne-Cave, born 
3 September, bapt. at Stretten- 
en-le- Field 3 October 1869. 



Muriel, bom 14 February, bapt. 
at Stretton-en-le-Field on Easter 
Day, 28 March 1875. 



Thomas Cave-Browne-Cave of= 
Cliff Hall, CO. Warwick, and 
of Repton Lodge, co. Derby ; 
born 1 6 June, bapt. privately 21 
June 1801 (ba[)tism registered at 
Stretton-en-le-Field, co. Derby); 
died, aged 52, 17 April, bur. 
at Newton-Solney, co. Derby, 
22 April 1854. 



=Anne, eldest dau. of John Walker of Broom House, Levenshulme, 
and of Stockport and Manchester, all co. Lancaster; born 10 
March 1806; marr. at Manchester 10 April 1827; died at 
Wellington Lodge, Harborne, co. Stafford, aged 69, on 
Saturday, 27 March, bur. at Harborne 2 April 1875. ^^ill 
dated 21 March 1866, proved (Prin. Reg., 291, 75) 14 April 1875, 
by John Walker Cave-Browne-Cave of Mount Pleasant, Liverpool, 
CO. Lancaster, and Thomas Cave-Browne-Cave of 7 Kempshott 
Road, Streatham, co. Surrey, the sons, two of the Exors. 



Rev. John Walker Cave-Browne-Cave of Lifford Hall, King's= 
Norton, co. Worcester, and of Clarence House, Southport, co. 
Lancaster; born 5 September 1828, bapt. privately the next 
day (baptism registered at Stretton-en-le-Field) ; Hon. Curate of 
Birdingbury, co. \Varwick, 1900; licenced to officiate in the dioceses 
of Worcester and Liverpool 1900; died, aged 74, 21 October, bur. 
at King's Norton 24 October 1902. Will dated 20 April 1S97, 
proved at Liverpool 27 November 1902, by Henry Wilmot 
Cave-Browne-Cave, M.D., the son, one of the Exors. 



=Hannah, dau. of Edward 
Johnson of Full Sutton, co. 
York; born 9 June, bapt. at Full 
Sutton ( by the Rev. James Rudd, 
the Rector) on Monday, 20 
June 1825; marr. 3 February 
1850; died, aged 70, bur. at 
King's Norton 29 January 1896. 



Edward Johnson 
Cave- Browne-Cave 
of Bootle, CO. Lan- 
caster; born 14 De- 
cember 1851 ; marr. 
at Balliol Road 
Wesleyan Chapel, 
Bootle, I July 1880, 
Phoebe Hannah, 
dau. of Stephen 
Andrews of Bootle. 

A 

Mary Annie Sophia, 
born at Arm field 
Hall, CO. York. 



Hannah Louisaj marr. at St. Nicholas', 
King's Norton (by the Rev. Frederick 
William Barrows, brother-in-law of the 
bride), on Tuesday, 26 June 1889, the 
Rev. James Leigh (son of Thomas Leigh 
of Claughton, co. Chester, by Selina 
Victoria his wife, dau. of William Vaughan 
of Liverpool) ; of Christ's College, Cam- 
bridge, M.A. ; Curate of Farnworth, 
CO. Lancaster, 1 88 9-91, of Parr, co. 
Lancaster, 1891-93, of St. Silas', Liver- 
pool, 1893-96, of Holy Trinity, Darwen, 
CO. Lancaster, 1897, of Stanwix, co. 
Cumberland, 1898-99, and of Kimber- 
worth, CO. York, since 1899. 



Emily Wilmot, marr. at Liverpool 
30 June 1877, George David 
Welding of Freshfield, King's 
Norton ; born at Liverpool 24 
April 1855. _ 

Amelia Frances Alberta, died 
unmarried 4 May 1886, and bur. 
at King's Norton. 



Henry Wilmot Cave-Browne-Cave 
of King's Norton ; born 6 April 
1863 ; educated at St. Thomas' 
Hospital; M.R.C.S. Eng. 1S92, 
L.R.C.P.L and L.M., L.R.C.SJ. 
and L.M. 1S92. 



Julia Mead, bapt. at Flixton, co. Lancaster, 17 June 1834; marr. at Stretton-en-le-Field (by her father) 
29 March 1854, the Rev. Howard England Tunnicliff Cough of Gorsebrook House, co. Stafford, and 
of Colwall Court, Great Malvern, co. Worcester (3rd son of Ralph Gough of Gorsebrook House) ; 
of St. John's College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1848, B.A. 1852, M.A. 1861 ; 
Vicar of Hartshill, co. Stafford; died at St. Helier, Jersey, 18 January 1867. Admon (with will 
dated 31 November 1866) was granted (Prin. Reg., 411, 67) 15 June 1867, to Julia Mead Gough of 
Leamington Priors, co. Warwick, the relict, the universal legatee in trust and one of the legatees 
named in the said will. =j= 

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Louisa Rosamond Sophia, died 
at Stretton-en-le-Field, aged 23, 
on Wednesday, 29 September, 
bur. there 6 October 1847. 
M.L 



Elizabeth Louisa Maria, died at Kenilworth, co. Warwick, 
aged 37, on Sunday, 6 August, bur. at Stretton-en-le-Field 
12 August 1865. M.I. Will dated 9 November 1861, proved at 
Birmingham 29 June i856, by Rowland Cotton of Bentley Hall, 
Ashbourne, co. Derby, one of the Exors. 



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Mary, eldest dau. of= 
William Eccles of Daven- 
ham, CO. Chester, and of 
Eccles, CO. Lancaster ; 
marr. 30 October 1824; 
died, aged 20, and bur. at 
Stretton-en-le-Field, co. 
Derby, 26 November 
1824. M.I. ist wife. 



=Rev. Wilmot Cave-Browne-Cave, born 5 December, = 
bapt. at Stretton-en-le-Field 21 December 1802; of 
St. Alban Hall, Oxford, matriculated 3 June 1823, 
aged 20 ; Vicar of Hope and Perpetual Curate 
cf Derwent, both co. Derby, Perpetual Curate of 
Altrincham, co. Chester, 14 February 1834, and 
of Homerton, co. Middlesex, 1856; died s.p., 
aged 56, 6 May 1857. Will dated 29 June 1849, 
proved (P.C.C, 361, 57) 25 May 1857, by Mary 
Cave-Browne-Cave, the relict, the sole Executrix. 



=Mary, eldest dau. 
of the Rev. Tho- 
mas Westmoreland, 
Vicar of Sandal 
Magna, cos York ; 
marr. at Sandal 
Magna 27 October 
1825. 2nd wife. 



Sarah Wilmot, born 6 June 1830, bapt. privately the next day William Cave- 
(baptism registered at Stretton-en-le-Field); marr. at Harborne Browne - Cave 
Heath, co. Stafford (by the Rev. Thomas Smith, assisted by the of Wellington 
Rev. Henry Webb Garrett), on Tuesday, 7 April 1863, the Lodge, Har- 
Rev. Charles Thomas Cary of Arden House, Fillongley, co. borne, co. Staf- 
AVarwick (3rd son of the Rev. Henry Francis Cary, translator of ford ; born 26 
Dante); of Magdalen Hall, Oxford, matriculated 16 December October, bapt. 
1825, aged 19, B.A. 1829, M.A. 1832; Vicar of Kingsbury, co. at Stretton-en- 
Warwick, 1832-75; died at Arden House, Fillongley, aged 75, le-Field 2 No- 
on Wednesday, 15 June, bur. at Nether Whitacre, co. Warwick, vember 1831. 
18 June 1881. She died suddenly at Arden House, Fillongley, 
aged 63, on Wednesday, 3 January, and was bur. at Nether 
Whitacre 6 January 1894. Will dated 16 December 1892, 
proved at Birmingham i February 1894, by the Rev. Arthur 
Bicknell Stevenson and Frank Wyamarus Cave-Browne-Cave, 
the brother, the Exors. 



=Maria, youngest 
daughter of John 
Thornicroft of " The 
Ravenhurst," Har- 
borne, by Anne his 
wife, dau. of James 
Sadler of Edgbaston, 
CO. Warwick ; marr. 
at Harborne (by 
the Rev. Jordayne 
Cave-Brovvne-Cave, 
brother of the 
bridegroom) on 
W^ednesday, i Au- 
gust 1877. 



Stretton Cave-Browne-Cave, 
born 8 September 1878, and 
bapt. at Harborne; educated 
at Malvern College. 



1 



Mary, born 28 June 1880, and bapt. at Harborne; 
marr. there (by the Rev. William James Price, the 
Vicar, assisted by the Rev. Thomas Cave-Moyle, 
her cousin, and the Rev. Rupert Stanley Strong) 
29 April 1903, Dr. Herbert Vaughan Craster of 
Stillington, co. York. 



Margaret Wilmot, 
bom 1 5 January, 
1884, and bapt. at 
Harborne. 



• Evelyn Rosamond, marr. at King's Norton, co. Worcester (by the Rev. C. J. Taylor, brother-in-law 
of the bridegroom), on Monday, 15 February 1886, the Rev. Frederick William Barrows (eldest son 
of Joseph Barrows of Himley, co. Stafford) ; of Clare College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term, 1880, B.A. 1884, M.A. 1888; Rector of Birdingbury, co. Warwick, since 1892. She died at 
Lifford Hall, co. Worcester, leaving issue, on Monday, 25 August, and was bur. in the churchyard 
at King's Norton 28 August 1890. He marr. andly at Old Swinford, co. Worcester, on Tuesday, 
4 August 1891, Florence Holmes, sth dau. of W. J. Turney of Park Hill, Old Swinford. =j= 



Rev. William Cecil Cave-Browne-Cave, born 8 October, bapt. at Flixton, co. Lancaster, 13 December 
1835 ; of Magdalen College, Oxford, matriculated 7 December 1854, aged 19, B.A. i860, M.A. 1862 ; 
Vicar of St. Thomas', North Shore, Sydney, New South Wales, 187 1 ; marr. 15 February 1864, 
Rachel Perrins, dau. of the Rev. Hugh Smith Cumming, Vicar of Seaforde, co. Down. 



Hyacinthe Ellen, marr. at All Saints', Margaret Street, London (by the Rt. Rev. Henry Philpott, D.D., 
Bishop of Worcester, assisted by the Rev. Charles Henry Christie), on Saturday, 10 July 1875, as his 
2nd wife, the Rev. Henry John Torre of Norton Curlieu, co. Warwick (only son of the Rev. Henry 
Torre, Rector of Thornhill, co. York, by Mary Ellen his ist wife, eldest dau. of Ellis Leckonby 
' Hodgson of Stapleton Park, co. York); of University College, Oxford, matriculated 8 December 1837, 
aged 18, B.A. 1841. He marr. istiy, 30 April 1850, Emma Matilda Wilmot. 



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Rev. Edward Sacheverell Cave-Browne-Cave, born= 
3 October 1804, bapt. privately the next day (baptism 
registered at Stretton-en-le-Field, co. Derby) ; of 
Brasenose College, Oxford, matriculated 9 April 1823, 
aged 18, B.A. 1827, M.A. 1830; Vicar of Stow and 
Gayton, co. Stafford, 1837; died, in his 38th year, 
7 August, bur. at Stretton-en-le-Field 12 August 1842. 
M.I. Admon was granted (P.C.C., 241, 43) 27 May 
1843, to Mary Cave-Browne-Cave, the relict. 



=Mary, only surviving dau. of John 
(Far.syde) Watson of Bilton Park, co. 
York, J. P. and D.L. ; marr. at Knares- 
borough, CO. York, 7 July 1830; died at 
Hereford, aged 68, and bur. in the City 
Cemetery, Hereford, 12 September 
1874. M.I. at Stretton-en-le-Field. 



Frances Emily, bapt. at 
Stretton-en-le-Field 20 
September 1833; marr. at 
Kingsbury, co. Warwick 
(by the Rev. Charles 
Thomas Cary, the Vicar, 
brother-in-law of the bride), 
onThursday, 28 April 1864, 
William Hanmer France. 
She died at Sandford Road, 
Moseley, co. Worcester, 
aged 48, on Saturday, 
8 April, and was bur. at 
Moseley 12 April 1882. 

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Thomas Cave-Browne-Cave of= 
" Burnage," Streatham Com- 
mon, CO. Surrey ; born at 
" Bloomsbury," Charlton-upon- 
Medlock, co. Lancaster, 1 1 
April, bapt. at Altrincham, co. 
Chester, 16 April 1835 ; entered 
the War Office in April 1853, 
retired as Deputy Accountant- 
General in April 1900; 
Commissioner of the Royal 
Hospital, Chelsea, since 1899, 
and a Member of the Central 
Consultative Council on War 
Rehef Funds Organisation. 



=Blanche Matilda Mary Anne, dau. 
of Sir John Milton of "High 
Elms," Streatham Common, C.B., 
Accountant-General of the Army, 
by Blanche his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Meyrick Feild of Maid- 
stone, CO. Kent ; born at 
Lansdowne Villas, West Brompton, 
London, on Friday, 7 March 
1851 ; marr. at Immanuel Church, 
Streatham (by the Rev. William 
Milton, uncle of the bride, assisted 
by the Rev. Stenton Eardley), 
on Saturday, 30 April 1870. 



Blanche Isabelle, born at 7 Kemp- 
shott Road, Streatham Common, 
on Wednesday, 12 July 1871, and 
bapt. privately; died, aged 28 days, 
and bur. in Norwood Cemetery, 
CO. Surrey, 12 August 187 1. 



Beatrice Mabel, born 
at 7 Kempshott Road, 
Streatham Common, on 
Saturday, 30 May, bapt. 
at Immanuel Church, 
Streatham, 25 June 1874. 



Thomas Reginald Cave-Browne- 
Cave, boin at " Burnage," 
Streatham Common, 1 1 January, 
bapt. at the parish church, ; 
Streatham, i March 1885; 
Engineer Cadet R.N. 



Jeannette Gertrude, born at 
7 Kempshott Road, Streatham 
Common, on Monday, 16 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at Immanuel Church, 
Streatham, 8 October 1872. 



Frances Evelyn, born 
2 1 February, bapt. 
at Immanuel Church, 
Streatham, 23 March 
1876. 



Henry Meyrick Cave-Browne- 
Cave, born at " Burnage," Streat- 
ham Common, i P'ebruary, bapt. 
at the parish church, Streatham, 3 
April 1887; Engineer Cadet R.N. 



Charles Wenman Cave-Browne-Cave, bapt. at Flixton, co. Lancaster, 19 May 1837; died at 
the Parsonage, Flixton, aged 3 years and 10 months, on Sunday, 17 January, bur. at Fli.xton 
24 January 1841. 



Rev. Verney Cave-Browne-Cave, born 30 January 1833; of Exeter College, O.xford, matriculated 
12 June 1851, aged 18, B.A. 1855, M.A. 1859; died at Norton Curheu, co. Warwick, aged 57, 
on Tuesday, 30 September 1890. Will dated 18 March 1890, proved (Prin. Reg., 1091, 90) 
16 December 1890, by Hyacinthe Ellen Torre, wife of the Rev. Henry John Torre of Norton 
Curlieu, co. Warwick, the sister, the sole Executrix. 



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Louisa Mary, born 6 June 1832 ; died unmarried, 
aged 65, on Wednesday, 27 January 1897. 



Roger Cave-Brovvne-Cave, born at Barton-under-Needwood, co. StafiTord, 10 November 1836, 
bapt. at Stretton-en-le-Field, co. Derby, 15 April 1B37 ; lost in the wreck of the "Curmah" 
23 November 1859. 



Harriet Ellen, 3rd dau. of William= 
Beckwith of Seacox Heath, co. 
Sussex ; marr. at the parish church, 
Hove, CO. Sussex (by the Rev. James 
Vaughan, assisted by the Rev. Walter 
Kelly), on Tuesday, 5 January 1869 ; 
died suddenly at the Vicarage, Ellel, 
CO. Lancaster, aged ^2, on Saturday, 
10 May, bur. at Ellel 14 May 1873. 
Will dated 6 May 1870, proved at 
Lancaster 23 July 1873, by Mary 
Jane Longcroft (wife of Thomas 
Crawford Longcroft, Deputy Adjutant- 
General at Madras, India) of 4 Den- 
mark Terrace, Brighton, co. Sussex, 
the sister, the sole Executrix. 
Probate being granted under certain 
limitations. Admon (with the will) 
left unadministered by Mary Jane 
Longcroft, the sister, the sole Execu- 
trix, was granted (Prin. Reg., 826, 79) 
7 April 1S79, to the Rev. Fitzherbert 
Astley Cave-Browne-Cave of Long- 
ridge Vicarage, Preston, co. Lancaster 
a legatee, ist wife. 



=Rev. Fitzherbert Astley Cave-= 
Browne-Cave, bom 26 October 
1839, bapt. privately the same 
day (bapdsm registered at Flix- 
ton, CO. Lancaster); of Brasenose 
College, Oxford, matriculated 
16 June 1859, aged 19, B.A. 
(Hulmeian Exhibitioner) 1863, 
M.A. 1866; Vicar of Horton, 
CO. Northampton, 1867-69, of 
Ellel, CO. Lancaster, 1869-74, 
of Padiham, co. Lancaster, 1874 
-77, and of Longridge, co. Lan- 
caster, 1877; died 14 January, 
bur. at Longridge 17 January 
1894. Will dated 12 June 1885, 
proved at Lancaster 2 April 
1894, by Frances Esther Anne 
Cave-Browne-Cave, the relict, 
William Marsden and Henry 
James Leonard, M.B., the Exors. 



=Frances Esther Anne, 
youngest dau. of 
Courtney Kenny 

Clarke of I^rch Hill, 
CO. Dublin, by Delia 
Priestley his wife, dau. 
of Henry Edw-ards of 
"Pyenest," co. York; 
born 25 January 
1848, and bapt. at 
St. George's, Sowerby, 
CO. York ; marr. at 
St. Stephen's, Upper 
Mount, Dublin (by 
the Rev. William 
Robinson, Vicar of 
Tallaght, co. Dublin, 
assisted by the Rev. 
James Walsh, B.D.), 
on Friday, 23 June 
1875. 2nd wife. 



Cecil Beckwith Cave-Browne-Cave of Chesham Bois= 
Place, CO. Buckingham ; born at the Vicarage, Ellel, on 
Wednesday, 22 November, bapt. at Ellel 31 December 
1871 ; educated at Eton and at Brasenose College, 
Oxford, matriculated 1889, B.A. 1894. 



=Sarah Eleanor, 2nd dau. of John 
W. Nicholson of St. John, New Bruns- 
wick, Canada ; marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London (by the 
Rev. Everard Joseph Haynes), on 
Tuesday, 4 February 1896. 



Cecil Fitzherbert Cave-Browne-Cave, born at Chesham 
Bois Place on Thursday, 29 August 1901, and bapt. 
privately ; died in infancy. 



Rev. Ambrose Sneyd Cave-Browne-Cave,= 
born 31 August 1834; of Corpus Christi 
College, Oxford, matriculated 17 June 
1852, aged 17, B.A. 1856; Rector of 
Stretton-en-le-Field, CO. Derby, i860; died 
suddenly at Virginia Water, co. Surrey, 
aged 60, on Monday, 22 July 1895. 



■Caroline Mary Anne Elizabeth, eldest dau. of the 
Ven*"'* James Saurin, Archdeacon of Dromore ; 
born 5 September 1834; marr. at the parish church, 
Clontarf, co. Dublin (by the Rev. Edward Brooke, 
uncle of the bride), on Thursday, 9 September 
1858; died at Great Malvern, co. Worcester, in 
her 69th year, on Thursday, 16 April, bur. in the 
cemetery at Great Malvern 18 April 1903. 

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Rev. Edward Farsyde Cave-= 
Erowne-Cave of 5 The 
Uplands, St. Leonard's-on- 
Sea, CO. Sussex; born 10 
October 1833 ; of Jesus 
College, Cambridge, ma- 
triculated Michaelmas Term, 
1852, B.A. 1856, M.A. 
1859; Rector of Bretherton, 
CO. Lancaster, 1871-74. 



=Sarah Maria, youngest dau. of William Marshall of Penwortham 
Hall, CO. Lancaster, J. P., D.L. ; marr. at the parish church, 
St. Leonard's-on-Sea (by the Rev. Thomas Ross Finch, Rector of 
Stafford, and the Rev. Fitzherbert Astley Cave-Prowne-Cave, 
Vicar of Ellel, co. Lancaster, cousin of the bridegroom), on 
Tuesday, 14 October 1873; died at 5 The Uplands, St. Leonard's- 
on-Sea, aged 63, on Saturday, 23 December, bur. in Hastings 
Cemetery at Ore, co. Sussex, 29 December 1899. Will dated 
27 December 1895, proved at Lewes 6 February 1900, by the 
Rev. Edward Farsyde Cave-Browne-Cave and the Rev. Thomas 
Ross Finch, the Exors. 



Wilmot Cave-Browne-Cave, born at Cliff Hall, co. Warwick, 3 June, bapt. at Stretton-en-le-Field, 
CO. Derby, i July 1838; marr. at Colombo, Ceylon, 24 December i860, Marie Annie, 
youngest child of William Skinner of Calcutta, India, and grand-daughter of Sir Robert 
Rollo Gillespie, K.C.B. He died in New Zealand in 1901. 



I 



Frances Catharine 
Delia, born at the 
Vicarage, Padiham, 
CO. Lancaster, on 
Tuesday, 28 March 
1876, and bapt. at 
Padiham . 



Mary Julia Minton, 
born 1 1 July, bapt. 
at Longridge, co. 
Lancaster, 1 2 August 
1877. 



Violet Gertrude, 
born 4 A]3ril, 
bapt.atLongridge 
II May 1879. 



Florence Mabel 
Fitzherbert, born 
17 July, bapt. at 
Longridge 15 
August 1880. 



Lucy Wilmot, born 
5 September, bapt. at 
Longridge 29 September 
1882. 



William Astley Cave- 
Browne-Cave, born 15 
November, bapt. at 
Longridge 14 December 
1884 ; educated at 
St. Catherine's School, 
Broxbourne, and at 
Lancing College. 



Elsie Lilian, born i Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at Longridge 13 
March 1887 ; died 21 May 
1888, and bur. at Longridge 
the next day. 



Courtney Priestley Edward 
Cave-Browne-Cave, born 
4 December 1890, bapt. at 
Longridge 13 March 1891 ; 
educated at Leamington 
College and at Lancing 
College. 



Lieut.-Colonel Bowyer Wenman Cave-Browne-Cave, born 22 March 1837 ; Captain and 
Brevet-Major 2nd r)ragoon Guards ; served with 9th Lancers from January 1861 to September 
1874, and as Adjutant Royal Wilts Yeomanry Cavalry 1S74-79 ; retired from the 2nd 
Dragoon Guards with rank of Lieut.-Colonel 17 December 1879 ; died in London, aged 61, 
on Thursday, 7 July, bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, London, 9 July 1898. 



I 
James Saurin Cave-Browne-Cave, born at Seagoe House, co. Armagh, on Thursday, 21 July 
1859; entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant The King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, 
13 November 1878, Lieutenant 20 September 1880, Captain 2nd Battalion 28 May 1SS4; 
served with his regiment and as Brigade Transport Officer in the Afghan War 1879-80; 
died unmarried, aged 32, on Sunday, 14 February, bur. in the cemetery at Great Malvern, 
CO. Worcester, 17 February 1892. Adrnon was granted at the Principal Registry 22 June 
1892, to Ambrose Sneyd Cave-Browne-Cave, gent. 

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Elizabeth, born William Edward Cave-Browne-Cave, born 21 February Selina, born 19 

18 February 1837, bapt. privately the same day (baptism registered at December 1841; 

1835; died 31 Stretton-en-le-Field, co. Derby; died at 20 King Street, died 31 March 

January 1844. Hereford, aged 65, on Saturday, 20 December, bur. in the 1844. 
cemetery at Hereford 23 December 1902. 



Rev. Henry Cave-Browne-Cave, born at= 
Cliff Hall, CO. Warwick, 27 January, bapt. 
at Kingsbury, co. Warwick, 9 July 1840; 
Vicar of Edington, co. Wilts ; died at 
Edington 4 February, bur. there 8 Feb- 
ruary 1890. Will dated 18 November 
i88i, proved (Prin. Reg., 228, 90) 13 
March 1890, by Arent de Peyster Chance 
of The Manor House, Northfield, co. 
Worcester, one of the Exors. 



=Maria Louisa, youngest dau. of George Chance of 
Edgbaston, co. Warwick, and of New York, U.S.A., 
by Cornelia Maria his wife, dau. of Arent Schuyler 
de Peyster of New York ; born in the City of 
New York 22 February 1840, bapt. at St. Mark's, 
Birmingham, 5 December 1842 ; marr. at the parish 
church, Edgbaston (by the Rev. Thomas Smith, 
Vicar of St. John's, Harborne Heath, co. Stafford), 
on Wednesday, 11 October 1865. 

(See Pedigree of Chance, Vol. j, page 71.) 



Cornelia Maria, born 
28 September, bapt. at 
St. Luke's, Edgbaston, 
-?o October 1866. 



Maude Evelyn, 
born 29 May 
1872, and bapt. 
at Clevedon, co. 
Somerset. 



Eustace Henry Cave-Browne- 
Cave, born 3 February, bapt. 
at Rotherfield, co. Sussex, 24 
February 1876; educated at 
Lancing College. 



Irene de Peyster, 
born 5 February, 
bapt. at Edington 
5 March 1882. 



Reginald Ambrose Cave-Browne-Cave, = 
born at the Rectory, Stretton-en-le- 
Field, on Sunday, 21 October, bapt. at 
Stretton-en-le-Field 11 November i860; 
entered the Royal Navy as Naval 
Cadet 15 January 1873, Midshipman 
19 December 1874, Sub-Lieutenant 
21 October 1879, Lieutenant n July 
1SS2, Commander 31 December 1896; 
served as Sub-Lieutenant H.M.S. 
"Alexandra" at the bombardment of 
Alexandria 11 July 1882, for which he 
was promoted Lieutenant, and during 
Egyptian War (Egyptian medal, 
Alexandria clasp and Khedive's 
bronze star). 



=Evelyn, youngest dau. of the 
Rev. Charles Edward Oakley, 
Rector of Wickwar, co. Glou- 
cester, and of St. Paul's, 
Covent Garden, London, by 
Lady Georgina Mary Louisa 
his wife, eldest dau. of Henry 
George Francis, 2nd Earl of 
Ducie ; born at the Rectory, 
St. Paul's, Covent Garden, 
London, 19 February, bapt. 
at St. Paul's, Covent Garden, 
II May 1865; marr. at 
Katoomba, New South Wales, 
I October 1890. 



Wihnot Cave-Browne- 
Cave, born at the 
Rectory, Stretton-en- 
le-Field, on Friday, 1 1 
April, bapt. at Stretton- 
en-le-Field 4 May 1862. 



Mary Genevieve, bom 
at the Rectory, Stretton- 
en-le-Field, on Satur- 
day, 12 September, 
bapt. there 4 October 
1863; marr. 17 July 
1894, George Arthur 
Chenery. 



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Isabella Louisa Cave-Moyle, born at 
Cliff Hall, CO. Warwick, lo July 
1841, bapt. at Kingsbury, co. 
Warwick, 8 August 1844; marr. 
at Harborne Heath, co. Stafford (by 
the Rev. Thomas Smith, assisted 
by the Rev. Charles Thomas Cary, 
Vicar of Kingsbury, brother-in-law 
of the bride), on Tuesday, i June 
1869, Thomas Moyle, M.D. ; died 
at "The Beeches," Ladywood Road, 
Edgbaston, co. Warwick, aged 74, 
on Friday, 22 May i8gi. Shu 
assumed the additional surname of 
Cave before that of Moyle in 1891. 



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Rev. Jordayne Cave-Browne-Cave,= 
born at Cliff Hall 17 February 
1843, bapt. at Kingsbury 8 August 
1844; Curate of Kilmington, co. 
Devon, and a Missionary of 
British Columbia 1862-70; died 
s.p. at 20 Wellesley Terrace, 
Belmont Road, St. Helier, Jersey, 
12 December 1879. Will dated 
6 October 1875, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 12, 80) 14 January 1880, by 
Charlotte Cave-Browne-Cave of 20 
Wellesley Terrace, Belmont Road, 
St. Helier, Jersey, the relict, the 
sole Executrix. 



=Charlotte Dewdney, 
marr. at St. Mary's, 
Sapperton (by the 
Bishop of British 
Columbia, assisted 
by the Rev. E. 
Hayman), on Thurs- 
day, 5 December 
1867. She marr. 
istly Edward Wright 
of Penzance, co 
Cornwall. 



Rowland Henry=j=H 
Cave-Browne-Cave, 
born at the Rectory, 
Stretton-en-le- Field, 
on Friday, 14 April, 
bapt. at Stretton-en- 
le- Field 30 June 
1865. 



onora Phebe Gertrude, only 
surviving child of Benjamin 
Bright of Barton Court, Col- 
wall, CO. Hereford, by Frances 
Mary his wife, dau. of Fergus 
J. Graham, Consul at Bayonne ; 
marr. i June 1895. She marr. 
istly Edward Seymour Fowler 
of Barton Court, Colwall, who 
died, leaving issue a daughter, 
22 July 1893. Adiiion was 
granted at the Principal Registry 
10 November 1893, to Honora 
Phebe Gertrude Fowler, the 
relict. 



Catharine Penelope, born at the Rectory, 
Stretton-en-le-Field, on Tuesday, 26 June 
1866, and bapt. at Stretton-en-le-Field; 
marr. at the Priory Church, Great Mal- 
vern, CO. Worcester (by the Rev. Henry 
John Torre, uncle of the bride, and the 
Rev. Gregory Smith, the Vicar), on 
Thursday, 15 September 1S87, William 
Crewdson Howard, elder son of John 
Elliot Howard of Tunbridge Wells, co. 
Kent, by Louisa his wife, dau. of Henry 
Waterhouse of Manchester. 



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Francis Wyamaru.s=j=Annie Mabel, 3rd dau. of Joseph 



Cave - Browne -Cave 
of Edgbaston, co. 
^\'ar\vick ; born at 
Cliff Hall, CO. War- 
wick, I October, 
bapt. at Stretton-en- 
le-Field, co. Derby, 
12 October 1844. 



Barrows of "The Limes," Himley, 
CO. Stafford ; bapt. at Himley 
27 November 1859; marr., there 
(by the Rev. Henry Cave-Browne- 
Cave, Vicar of Edington, co. Wilts, 
brother of the bridegroom, assisted 
by the Rev. Edward Davies, the 
Rector, and the Rev. Charles Jarvis 
Taylor, brother-in-law of the bride) 
on Tuesday, 4 December 1883. 



Anne, born at Cliff Hall 20 September 
1847, bapt. at Stretton-en-le-Field, co. 
Derby, 12 October 1855; niarr. at 
Harbome, co. Stafford (by the Rev. 
Edward Roberts, the Vicar), on 
Thursday, 30 July li 
Barnett-Bigley of ' 
Harljorne, and of 
Liverpool, co. Lancaster, 



A 



William 
Southfield," 
" Fairfield," 



A 



Bernard Cave-Browne-Cave, born at Osborn House, 
Great Malvern, on Saturday, 22 February 1868 ; 
Inspector Sierra Leone Frontier Police Force, and 
Captain Reserve of Officers, formerly Lieutenant 
2nd Battalion ^Viltshire (The Duke of Edinburgh's) 
Regiment ; served in operations in Sierra Leone 
1898-99, at the Mendiland Expedition with the Kwalu 
Relief Column (severely wounded, medal with clasps) ; 
served in South Africa 1900-1902, with rank of 
Captain, employed with Mounted Infantry (Queen's 
medal with four clasps. King's medal with two clasps). 



Edward Lambert Cave-Browne-Cave, born at "The 
Chase,"Great Malvern, on Wednesday, 5 January 1870; 
marr. Rachel, dau. of the Rev. A. L. Fortin of Brushton, 
New York, U.S.A. 



Clement Andrew Cave-Browne-Cave, 
born at " Brookside," Bournemouth, 
CO. Hants, on Monday, 7 August 187 1. 



Alfred William Cave-Browne-Cave, 
born at i Coburgh Place, Malvern, 
CO. Worcester, on Sunday, i June, 
bapt. at the parish church. Great 
Malvern, i August 1873; died at 
I Coburgh Place, Malvern, aged 7 
months and 7 days, on Thursday, 
8 January 1874. 



Rosamond Harriette, born at "The 
Myrtles," Malvern, on Advent Sunday, 
29 November 1874, bapt. at the parish 
church. Great Malvern, 19 January 
1875 ; marr. at the Priory Church, 
Malvern (by the Rev. George Frederick 
Woodhouse Munby, Rector of Turvey, 
CO. Bedford, and Rural Dean), on 
Saturday, 29 April 1899, Edward Mason 
Munby (elder son of Edward Charles 
Munby of Oswaldkirk, co. York). 



Carohne Emma, born at "The 
Myrtles," Malvern, on Tuesday, 
13 November 1877, bapt. 
privately the same day (baptism 
registered at the parish church, 
Great Malvern) ; died at "The 
Myrtles," Malvern, aged 1 1 weeks, 
on Tuesday, 29 January, bur. in 
the cemetery at Great Malvern 
31 January 1878. 



Anthony Stanhope 
Cave-Browne-Cave, 
born at " The 
Myrtles," Malvern, 
on Saturday, 4 
January, bapt. at 
the parish church. 
Great Malvern, 13 
March 1879. 



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Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Quarterly, per pale indented, azure and or, 
in the 1st and 4th quarters a sword erect 
proper, pommel and hilt gold ; in the 
2nd a leopard's face, and in the 3rd a 
demi-dragon couped, wings elevated and 
addorsed gules. 

Crest.— A dexter arm embowed, couped 
at the shoulder, vested argent, resting on a 
mount vert, the hand grasping a pickaxe 
proper, and between two dragons' wings 
azure, each charged with a sword as in 
the arms. 



^atcl)ett of iSroom D^all, 
g)|)retosbur^, to. ^alop* 



Septimus Patchett of Shirley,= 
CO. Warwick (son of Richard 
Patchett of Shirley) ; bom at 
Shirley 10 August 1797; died 
at Chester, aged 71, 14 June, 
bur. in the cemetery at 
Chester 18 June 1868. 



=Elizabeth Harris, marr. at 
Solihull, CO. Warwick, 21 
July 1 82 1 ; died at Chester, 
aged 55, 20 February, bur. 
in the churchyard of St. 
Mary's, Shrewsbury, co. 
Salop, 24 February 1853. 
M.I. 



William Patchett of Broom= 
Hall, Greenfields, Shrews- 
bury, CO. Salop, and of 
"Allt Fawr," Barmouth, co. 
Merioneth ; born 2 No- 
vember, bapt. at Solihull 
17 November 1822 ; 
Major 3rd Battalion King's 
Shropshire Light Infantry 
(Militia); J.P. and D.L. 
for CO. Merioneth, and 
J.P. for CO. Salop ; High 
Sheriff for co. Merioneth 
1898; died at Broom Hall, 
Greenfields, Shrewsbury, 
in his 78th year, on Friday, 
29 June, bur. in the ceme- 
tery at Shrewsbury 5 July 
1900. 



=Mercy Emily, 2nd dau. of 
George Townsend of Al- 
cester, co. Warwick, by Lydia 
his wife, dau. of George 
Townshend; born 15 Decem- 
ber 1S16, bapt. at Alcester 
6 January 181 7; marr. at 
Stoke Prior, co. Worcester, 
27 July 1844 ; died at Broom 
Hall, Greenfields, Shrews- 
bury, 2 November, bur. in 
the cemetery at Shrewsbury 
6 November 1902. Adinon 
was granted at Shrewsbury 
2 December 1902, to William 
Gordon Patchett of Broom 
Hall,Greenfields,Shrewsbury, 
a retired Colonel in the Army, 
the natural and lawful son, 
and one of the next of kin. 



Kate Arabella, 
born at Chester 
15 October 1845. 



Emily Mercy, born at Chester 19 July 1847 ; marr. at St. Mary's, 
Shrewsbury, 13 August 1874, the Rev. Thomas Lechmere Tudor 
Fitzjohn (only surviving son of Henry Fitzjohn of " Highfields," 
Thorner, co. York, by Anne his wife, dau. of John Heathcote of 
" Kingsland," Shrewsbury); born at Leeds, co. York, 18 June, bapt. at 
St. George's, Leeds (by the Rev. Thomas Sturgeon), 16 July 1847 (Entry 
in Family Bible of Christeni?igs at St. George's, Leeds : " Sponsors, 
George Edensor Heathcote, Esq'', Apedale Hall, Staffordshire, Charles 
Heathcote ") ; of Caius College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term, 1867, B.A. 1S71, M.A. 1874; Vicar of Cardington, co. Salop, since 
1883; appointed J.P. for co. Salop 1894. 



163 



Ellen Mary, dau. of the= 
Rev. Charles Greene of 
" The Delles," Great 
Chesterford, co. Essex, 
Chaplain to the Forces, 
by Henrietta Eliza his 
wife, dau. of Henry 
Browne-Collison of "New 
England," Hitchen, co. 
Hertford ; born in Lon- 
don26Augusti847; marr. 
at Great Chesterford i6 
January 1875; died at St. 
Servan, Ille et-Villaine, 
France, 5 November, bur. 
at Great Chesterford 10 
November 1897. Admon 
was granted at the Princi- 
pal Registry 1 1 December 
1897, to William Gordon 
Patchett, the husband. 
I St wife. 



=Lieut.-Colonel William Gordon= 
Patchett of Broom Hall, Green- 
fields, Shrewsbury, co. Salop ; 
born at Shrewsbury 16 October 
1848 ; educated at Shrewsbury 
and at Trinity College, Dublin ; 
entered the Army as Lieutenant 
28 October 187 1, Captain 3 Oc- 
tober 1877, Major 6 May 1882, 
Lieut.-Colonel 2nd West India 
Regiment 2 February 1 887, Lieut.- 
Colonel commanding 29 June 
1887 (retired 27july 1892); served 
in the Ashanti War 1873-74, in- 
cluding the engagements near 
Dunquah of 27 October and 
3 November (wounded, medal); 
appointed Officer commanding 
Troops West Coast of Africa, 
and Administrator of the Govern- 
ment of Sierra Leone and its 
dependencies. 



=Agatha Josephine Herberta, eldest 
dau. of Berthold, Baron Gynz 
von Rekowski, Colonel 77 th Regi- 
ment Prussian Infantry, of Castle 
Stebendorf, Ottomachan, Silesia 
(Baroness in her own right), by 
his wife, Josephine Fischer of 
Neuss am Rhine ; born at Neuss 
26 March 1856 ; marr. at the parish 
church, Marylebone, London (by 
the Rev. Thomas Lechmere Tudor 
Fitzjohn, Vicar of Cardington, co. 
Salop, brother-in-law of the bride- 
groom, assisted by the Rev. Canon 
William Barker, the Rector), on 
Tuesday, 9 December 1902. She 
marr. istly Carl, Baron von 
Ketschendorf of Castle Ketschen- 
dorf, Coburg, Reise-Mareschall to 
H.R.H. Grand Duke Ernst of 
Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. He 
died in Paris 8 August 1900. 
2nd wife. 



Reginald Gordon Patchett, born in 
Jamaica, West Indies, 26 November, 
bapt. at the Garrison Chapel, Jamaica, 
on Christmas Day, 25 December 1875; 
educated at Wellington College. 



Hugh Gordon Patchett, bom at the 
residence of his grandmother, " The 
Delles," Great Chesterford, on Friday, 
23 June, bapt. at Great Chesterford 
31 July 1882. 



Frederick George Patchett, bapt. at Annie Wylie, born Constance Eleanor Margaret Lydia, 

St. Mary's, Shrewsbury, 25 February, at Shrewsbury 14 born 25 August 1857, and bapt. 

died, aged 2 months, 31 March 1S50, February 1853. at St. Mary's, Shrewsbury' ; died 

bur. in the same grave as his grand- 20 April i860, and bur. in the 

mother, Elizabeth Patchett, in the same grave mth her parents at the 

churchyard at St. Mary's, Shrewsbury. cemetery, Shrewsbury. 
M.I. 




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164 



Be C!)au\ 



Rev. Richard Blackett De Chair (only son of the Rev. John= 
De Chair, D.C.L., Chaplain to George III., by Julia his wife, 
3rd dau. of Sir William Wentworth of Bretton Hall, co. York, 
Bart.); born 13 June, bapt. 5 July 1760; of St. Mary's Hall, 
Oxford, matriculated 23 May 1783, aged 21, B.C.L. 1790; 
Vicar of Sibertswold, Coldred and Postling, co. Kent, and of 
Hibaldstow, co. Lincoln ; died at Sibertswold, in his 90th year, 
on Wednesday, 26 March, bur. there 2 April 185 1. Will dated 
19 May 1H42, with three codicils dated respectively 2 October 
1846, 14 May 1847 and 25 February 1851, proved (P.C.C., 
546, 51) I July 185 1, by the Rev. Frederick De Chair, the son, 
the Exor named in will, and Chestney Simmons, the Exor 
named in the first codicil. 



=I.sabella, 2nd dau. of the 
Rev. Osmund Beauvoir, D.I)., 
Fellow of St. John's College, 
Cambridge, Head Master 
King's School, Canterbury, 
by Anne his wife, dau. and 
coheir of John Boys of Hoad 
Court, Blean, co. Kent; marr. 
at St. James', Piccadilly, 
London, 10 July 1786; died 
at Sibertswold 28 August, 
bur. there 31 August 1832. 



Lsabella Mary, born at Oxford ; died unmarried at Dover, 
CO. Kent, on Sunday, 25 March, bur. at Sibertswold 
2 April i860. Will dated 2 July 1852, with codicil 
dated 3 March 1853, proved (Prin. Reg., 241, 60) 
24 April i860, by Chestney Simmons of Dover, co. Kent, 
Cornmander R.N., one of the Exors. 



Osmund Blackett De Chair, died 12 June, bur. at 
Sibertswold 17 July 1801. 



Henry William De Chair, Lieutenant 
Ceylon Regiment ; marr. Margaret ; 
died at Douglas, Isle of Man, 23 
March 1826, and bur. there. Will 
dated 31 December 1874, proved 
(P.C.C., 525 Swabey) 10 October 
1826, by Margaret De Chair, the 
relict, the sole Executrix. 



Rev. Frederick Blackett De Chair, born at Dover=j=Charlotle Elizabeth, only surviving child 



II February, bapt. at St. James', Dover, 27 Feb- 
ruary 1838 ; educated at Marlborough and at Jesus 
College, Cambridge, matriculated Lent Term, 1857, 
B.A. 1861, M.A. 1864; Organizing Secretary S. P. G. 
for CO. Norfolk 1874-82 ; Lecturer at Wymondham, 
CO. Norfolk, 1885-88 and 1891-95, Hon. Canon 
of Norwich from 1892, Rural Dean of Hingham, 
Forehoe Division, 1S91-1901, Patron and Rector 
of Morley St. Botolph with St. Peter, co. Norfolk, 
1878-98, Rural Dean of Norwich since 1901 ; J. P. 
for CO. Norfolk. 



and heiress of the Rev. Charles Beauchamp 
Cooper, Rector of Morley, by Harriett his 
wife, dau. of George Daniel Harvey of 
Stanmore, co. Middlesex ; born at Morley 
St. Botolph 17 March, bapt. there 11 April 
1842 ; marr. at Morley St. Botolph (by the 
Rev. William Wigan Harvey, B.D., Rector 
of Buckland, co. Hertford, uncle of the 
bride, assisted by the Rev. Francis Raikes, 
Rector of Carleton Forehoe, co. Norfolk) 
on Thursday, 23 April 1863. 



Rev. Frederick Beauchamp Cooper= 
De Chair, born at the Rectory, 
Morley, on Wednesday, i March, 
bapt. at Morley St. Botolph 9 April 
1865; educated at Marlborough and 
at New College, Oxford, matriculated 
10 October 1884, aged 19, B.A. 
1888, M.A. 1891 ; Rector of St. 
Peter Permountergate, Norwich, 
1901-1903, Rector of Spixworth, 
CO. Norfolk, since 1903. 



=Brenda Atherton Hustler, younger dau. of George Hustler 
and Agnes Tuck of Blofield Hall, co. Norfolk, and grand- 
daughter of the Rt. Hon''''= Sir William Atherton, M.P., 
Attorney-General; born at Salhouse Hall, co. Norfolk, 
on Tuesday, 28 November 1882, bapt. at Salhouse 
4 January 1883; marr. at St. Mark's, Lakenham, co. 
Norfolk (by the father of the bridegroom, assisted by 
the Rev. Canon James Percy Garrick, Rector of Blofield, 
and the Rev. John Huxley, the Vicar), on Tuesday, 
7 J^ily i9°3- 



165 



Dudley De Chair, died at Sibertswold, co. Kent, 
12 April, bur. there 17 April 1793. 



Rev. John De Chair, educated at Eton and at Merton 
College, Oxford, matriculated 12 October 1810, aged 18, 
B.A. 1814, M.A. 1818; Vicar of Brixworth, co. North- 
ampton; died II April, bur. at Sibertswold 17 April 1832. 



Peregrine Edward De Chair, bom 
at Sibertswold 30 June, bapt. 
there 4 August 1793; died at 
Sibertswold 21 June, bur. there 
26 June 1795. 

Julia, died in infancy, bur. at 
Sibertswold i April 1795. 



Osmund Beauvoir De Chair, born at 
the Rectory, East Langdon, co. 
Kent, on Saturday, 1 1 May, bapt. 
at East Langdon 18 June 1839; 
Lieutenant 4th Madras Light 
Cavalry ; died at Kamptee, Madras, 
India, in 1857, and bur. there. 



Isabel Louisa, born at Dover, co. Kent, 18 January, 
bapt. at St. James', Dover, 15 February 1841; marr. 
there (by the Rev. William Edward Light, the Rector) 
on Tuesday, 28 February 1865, Augustus William 
Shawe of the East Indian Civil Service, who was bur. at 
Ramsgate, co. Kent. She niarr. andly James Thomas 
Foard, eldest son of James Foard of Brighton, co. Sussex. 



Richard Blackett De Chair, born at the Rectory,= 
Morley, co. Norfolk, on Thursday, 24 May, bapt. at 
Morley St. Botolph 14 June 1866 ; educated at 
Marlborough ; Lieutenant Royal Marine Light Infantry 
(Chatham Division) ; died at the Johannesburg 
Hospital, South Africa, aged 37, on Thursday, 17 
September 1903, and bur. at Johannesburg. 



=Emily Frances, only child of William 
Standish Wolfe of Ballinswear, co. 
Tipperary, by Fanny his wife, dau. of 
Major George Jackson of Rapla, co. 
Tipperary; born 28 November 1867; 
marr. at St. Bartholomew's, Sydenham, 
CO. Kent, on Saturday, 14 December 
1889. 



George Herbert Blackett De Chair, bom at Brunswick House, 
West Hill, Sydenham, on Thursday, 30 July, bapt. at 
St. Stephen's, Sydenham, 13 September 1891. 



166 



Rev. Frederick De Chair, born at= 
Sibcrtswold, co. Kent, and bapt. there 
8 September 1796; educated at Eton 
and at Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 
1817, M.A. 1820; Rector of East 
Langdon, co. Kent, and of Manton, 
CO. Lincoln ; died at East Langdon 
on Tuesday, 28 September, bur. at 
Sibertswold 4 October 1852. Will 
dated 6 September 1852, proved 
(P.C.C., 822, 52) 22 November 1852, 
by Louisa Jane De Chair, the relict, 
the sole Executrix. 



=Louisa Jane, eldest dau. of Richard Mee Raikes, by 
Jane his wife, dau. of Samuel Thornton of Albury Park, 
CO. Surrey, M.P. for co. Surrey ; born 10 August 
1815; marr. at St. James', Dover, co. Kent (by the 
Rev. Richard Blackett De Chair, father of the bride- 
groom), on Tuesday, 18 April 1837; died at 4 Marine 
Place, Dover, aged 51, on Monday, 16 April, bur. in 
St. James' Cemetery, Dover, 19 April 1866. Will 
dated 18 June 1863, proved (Prin. Reg., 374, 66) 18 
June 1866, by the Rev. Frederick Blackett De Chair 
of Morley Rectory, near Wymondham, co. Norfolk, 
the son, the sole Exor. 



Dudley Raikes De= 
Chair, born at Dover 
8 May, bapt. at East 
Langdon 5 August 
1842 ; died at 6 
Vereker Road, Ken- 
sington, London, in 
his 56th year, on 
Thursday, i March 
1899. 



•Frances Emily, eldest dau. of Christopher 
Rawson of "1'he Hurst," Walton-on-Thames, 
CO. Surrey, and formerly of Elmwood, 
Lennoxville, Quebec, Canada East, J. P. 
for CO. Surrey, by Ellen Frances his wife, 
dau. of John Naylor Wright of Princes 
Park, Liverpool, co. Lancaster, and of 
Beaumaris, co. Anglesey ; born 14 August 
1841 ; marr. at St. George's, Lennoxville, 
Quebec (by the Rt. Rev. the Bishop of 
Quebec, assisted by the Rev. A. C. Scarth, 
the Incumbent), on Thursday, 10 December 
1863. 



Georgiana Julia Maria, born 
at Dover 28 May, bapt. at 
East Langdon 4 August 1 846. 



Celia Julia Maria, born at 
East Langdon 14 February, 
bapt. there 13 April 1848; 
died at Dover, aged 18, on 
Thursday, 4 October, bur. 
in St. James' Cemetery, 
Dover, 11 October 1866. 



Captain Dudley Rawson Stratford De Chair,= 
R.N. ; bom at Lennoxville, Quebec, on 
Tuesday, 30 August 1864, and bapt. at 
St. James', Lennoxville ; entered the Royal 
Navy as a Cadet 15 January 1878, served 
with Naval Brigade during Egyptian War 
1882, Sub-Lieutenant 19 May 1884 (5 firsts, 
Goodenough medal), promoted Lieutenant 
19 May 1885, Commander 22 June 1897, 
Captain 26 June 1902; Naval Attache, 
British Embassy, Washington, U.S.A. 



=Enid, dau. of Henry William Struben of 
" Strubenheim," Cape Colony, South Africa, 
formerly of Cowes, Isle of Wight, by Mary Lydia 
his wife, dau. and coheir of the Rev. William 
Graham Cole, formerly of Enniskillen, co. 
Fermanagh ; born at Pretoria, Transvaal, South 
Africa, 24 November 1879, and bapt. there by 
the Rt. Rev. Henry Brougham Bousfield, Bishop 
of Pretoria ; marr. at St. Mark's, Torquay, co. 
Devon (by the Rev. Frederick Blackett De Chair, 
uncle of the bridegroom, assisted by the Rev. 
George Herbert Statham, the Vicar), on Tuesday, 
21 April 1903. 



167 



Julia Frances Stanley, born at Sibertswold, co. Kent, in October, bapt. there i December 
1800 ; marr. at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Westminster, 13 July 1840, Captain Chestney Simmons, 
R.N. ; born 23 July 1798; died suddenly at 11 Victoria Park, Dover, co. Kent, in his 8rst 
year, on Thursday, 26 June, bur. in St. James' Cemetery, Dover, 2 July 1879. Will dated 
3 December 1852, proved (Prin. Reg., 737, 79) 11 August 1879, by Julia Frances Stanley 
Simmons of 1 1 Victoria Park, Dover, co. Kent, the relict, the sole Executrix. She died at 
II Victoria Park, Dover, aged 87, on Tuesday, 30 .'\ugust, and was bur. in St. James' 
Cemetery, Dover, 2 September 1887. Will dated 16 June 1880, with codicil dated 21 
February 1885, proved (Prin. Reg., 895, 87) 12 October 1887, by the Rev. Frederick Blackett 
De Chair of Morley Rectory, Wymondham, co. Norfolk, the nephew, one of the Exors. 



Ernest Francis De Chair,= 
born at "The Nest," 
Lennoxville, Quebec, 
Canada East, on Wed- 
nesday, 27 December 
1865, and bapt. at St. 
James', Lennoxville ; died 
at Montreal, Canada, 23 
July, bur. there 27 July 
1902. 



Frances Dymphne, 
born at Brisbane, 
Queensland, 8 April 
1894. 



=Mary Dymphne, youngest 
dau. of Sydney Yeates, by 
Dymphne his wife ; marr. 
at Brisbane, Queensland, 
Australia, 18 February 
1893 ; died 24 February 
1901. 



Dorothy Melville, born 
at Brisbane, Queens- 
land, on Sunday, 10 
May 1896. 



Edith Cecilia, born 17 September 1867, 
and bapt. at St. James', Lennoxville, 
Quebec ; died 29 February 1868, and 
bur. at Lennoxville. 



Henry Beauvoir De Chair (twin with 
Blanche) ; born at Halifax, Nova Scotia, 
on Sunday, i November 1868, and 
bapt. there ; died 10 October 1869, 
and bur. at Halifax. 

Blanche (twin with Henry Beauvoir), 
born at Halifax, Nova Scotia, on 
Sunday, i November 1868, and bapt. 
there; died 27 April 1870, and bur. 
at Halifax. 



Oswald Wentworth De Chair, born 
28 February 1870, and bapt. at Halifax, 
Nova Scotia. 

Evelyn, born at 8 Nightingale Terrace, 
Woolwich, CO. Kent, on Saturday, 23 
March 1872, and bapt. at Christ Church, 
Woolwich ; died at 8 Nightingale 
Terrace, Woolwich, aged 8 months, on 
Friday, 6 December 1872, and bur. in 
the cemetery at Woolwich. 



Beatrice Frances, born 9 May 
1873 ; marr. at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, London (by 
the Rev. Canon Frederick 
Blackett De Chair, uncle of 
the bride, assisted by the Rev. 
Prebendary Henry Montagu 
Villiers), on Thursday, 30 
October 1902, John Tatchell 
Studley of Seaborough Park, 
CO. Somerset. 



Dorothy Maud, born 
at 19 Westbourne 
Square, London, on 
Tuesday, 17 October 
1876. _ 

Ella, born 10 March 
1880, and bapt. at 
Rochdale, co. Lan- 
caster; died 17 June, 
bur. at Purbrook, co. 
Hants, 22 June 1885. 



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168 



<^rep of JTallctJen, to. JSortljumljcrlantJ* 




Arms oil record in the College of Anns. — 
Gules, a lion rampant, within a bordure 
engrailed argent, a mullet for difference. 

"Crest. — A scaling ladder in bend sinister 
or, hooked and pointed sable. 

Motto. — De bon vouloir servir le roy. 



The Rt. Hon''''= Sir George Grey, Bart., 
P.C, G.C.B. (elder son of the Hon^' 
Sir George Grey, ist Bart., K.C.B., 
Captain R.N. [3rcl son of Charles, ist 
Earl (irey], by Mary his wife, dau. of 
Samuel VVhitbread of Bedvvell Park, co. 
Hertford) ; born at Gibraltar 1 1 May 
1799 ; of Oriel College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 25 June 1817, aged 18, B.A. 1821, 
M.A. 1824 ; called to the Bar at Lincoln's 
Inn 2 May 1826 ; M.P. for Devonport 
1832-47, North Northumberland 1847 
-52, and for Morpeth February 1853-74; 
Under Secretary of State for the Colonies 
1834-35 and 1835-39 ; Judge Advocate 
General 1839-41 ; Chancellor of the 
Duchy of Lancaster in 1841 and April 
1859-61 ; Secretary of State for the 
Home Department 1846-52, 1855-58, 
and 1861-66 ; Secretary of State for 
the Colonies 1854-55 ; sworn a Privy 
Councillor i March 1839; Ecclesiastical 
Commissioner February 1841 ; G.C.B. 
31 March 1849 ; prevented the Chartists, 
under Smith O'Brien, invading the House 
of Commons with their monster petition 
10 April 1848; succeeded his father as 
2nd Bart. 3 October 1828; died at 
Falloden, co. Northumberland, in his 
84th year, on Saturday, 9 September, 
bur. at Embleton, co. Northumberland, 
15 September 1882. Will dated 21 June 
1877, with two codicils dated respectively 
6 November 1879 and 5 May 1882, 
proved at Newcastle-upon-Tyne 12 
October 1882, by Harriet Jane Grey of 
Falloden, co. Northumberland, widow, 
the Rt. Hon'^'<= Thomas George, Earl of 
Northbrook of Stratton, co. Southampton, 
and George Culley of Fowberry Tower, 
CO. Northumberland, the Exors. 



nna Sophia, eldest 
dau. of the Hon'''^ 
and Rt. Rev. Henry 
Ryder,]). D., Bishop 
of Lichfield and 
Coventry (3rd son 
of Nathaniel Ryder, 
ist Baron Harrowby 
of Harrowby, co. 
Lincoln), by Sophia 
his wife, dau. of 
Thomas March 
Phillips of Garren- 
don Park, co. 
Leicester ; born at 
Lutterworth, co. 
Leicester, 18 Jan- 
uary, bapt. there 
22 March 1805 ; 
marr.atSt.George's, 
Hanover Square, 
London, 14 August 
1827 ; died at 
Wellswood House, 
Torquay,co. Devon, 
aged 88, on Satur- 
day, 8 July, bur. at 
Embleton 14 July 
1893. Will dated 
II December 1882, 
with two codicils 
dated respectively 
15 February 1S87 
and 28 April 1887, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 
738, 93) 23 Augtjst 
1893, by Harriet 
Jane Grey, widow, 
the daughter-in-law, 
the sole Executrix. 



Lieut.-Colonel George Henry Grey of Falloden ; born at=v 
Eaton Square, London, 21 March, bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square, London, 9 May 1835 ; Equerry to H.R.H. 
the Prince of Wales (now King Edward VH.) ; Captain 
Grenadier Guards and Captain Rifle Brigade ; Lieut.- 
Colonel Northumberland Militia ; died at Sandringham, 
CO. Norfolk, II December, bur. at Embleton 17 December 
1874. Admon was granted at the Principal Registry 29 
December 1874, to Harriet Jane Grey of Falloden, co. 
Northumberland, the relict. 



=Harriet Jane, youngest dau. of Lieut.- 
Colonel Charles Pearson, by Jane 
his wife, dau. of William Eccles ; born 
at Hawford, co. Worcester, 7 January 
1839; marr. at St. Luke's, Cheltenham, 
CO. Gloucester (by the Rev. Sir Henry 
Thompson, Bart., Rector of Frant, co. 
Sussex), on Tuesday, 20 November 
i860. 



169 



The Rt. HonW'= Sir Edward Grey= 
of Falloden, co. Northumber- 
land, Bart., P.C. ; born at 6i 
Chester Square, London, on 
Friday, 25 April, bapt. at 
St. Michael's, Chester Square, 
London, 3 June 1862 ; 
educated at Winchester and 
at Balliol College, Oxford, 
matriculated 21 October 1880, 
aged 18 ; J. P. and D.L. for 
CO. Northumberland, M.P. for 
the Berwick-on-T\veed Division 
of CO. Northumberland since 
1885 ; Under Secretary of 
State for Foreign Affairs from 
August 1892 to June 1895 ; 
sworn a Privy Councillor 1902 ; 
succeeded his grandfather as 
3rd Bart. 9 September 1882. 



=Frances Dorothy, elder dau. of 
Shalcross Fitzherbert Widdring- 
ton of Newton Hall, Felton, 
and of Hauxley, co. Northum- 
berland ; J. P. and D.L. for the 
counties of Chester and North- 
umberland, High Sheriff 1874, 
and Major Northumberland 
Militia, by Cecilia his wife, 
eldest dau. of Edward John 
Gregge Hopwood of Hopwood 
Hall, CO. Lancaster ; born at 
Newton Hall, Felton, on Thurs- 
day, 19 January 1865 ; marr. at 
Shilbotel, co. Northumberland 
(by the Hon'''' and Rev. Francis 
Grey, assisted by the Rev. 
Joseph Golightly, the Vicar), 
on Tuesday, 20 October 1885. 



Alice Em ma, born at Falloden 
on Thursday, 9 March, bapt. 
at Embleton, co. Northum- 
berland, 17 April 1865 ; 
marr. at St. Mary Abbott's, 
Kensington, London (by 
the Bishop of Limerick, 
father of the bridegroom), on 
Tuesday, 30 July 1889, 
Charles Larcom Graves of 
3 Strathmore Gardens, Ken- 
sington, London (4th son of 
the Rt. Rev. Charles Graves, 
Bishop of Limerick, D.D., 
D.C.L., F.R.S., formerly 
Fellow of Trinity College, 
Dublin, and Dean of the 
Chapel Royal, Dublin, by 
Selina his wife, dau. of John 
Cheyne, M.D., Physician- 
General to the Forces in 
Ireland); born 15 December 



170 



George Grey, born 
at Falloden, co. 
Northumberland, 
on Saturday, 14 
July, bapt. at 
Embleton co. 

Northumberland, 
16 September 

1866; educated at 
Clifton College. 



Jane, born at Falloden on Thursday, 29 October, bapt. at Embleton 
13 December 1868 ; marr. at St. Stephen's, Lewisham, co. Kent (by the 
Rt. Rev. the Bishop of Peterborough, assisted by the Rev. Roland 
Errington, Rector of Clewer, co. Berks), on Saturday, 28 November 1891, 
the Rev. Charles Evelyn Cambridge de Coetlogon (eldest son of the 
Rev. Charles Prescott de Coetlogon, Rector of Stoke Talmage, co. Oxford, 
by Henrietta his wife, dau. of the Rev. H. Pickard-Cambridge of Bloxworth 
House, CO. Dorset) ; born at Lighthorne, co. Warwick, on Saturday, 
ir January 1862, and bapt. there; of Selwyn College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1882, B.A. 1885, M.A. 1891 ; Chaplain at 
Gorpuri, Poona, Bombay, India, 1892, Colaba, Bombay, 1892-95, Aden, 
Red Sea, 1895-97, Malabar Hill, Bombay, 1897, Nasirabad, Bombay, 
1897-99, on furlough 1899, at Ahmedabad, Bombay, 1901-1902, and 
at St. Mary's, Poona, Bombay, since 1902 ; Chaplain ist Infantry Division 
at Delhi Durbar 1903. =j= 

A 



Rev. Alexander Harry Grey,= 
born at Falloden on Friday, 
10 June, bapt. at Embleton 
18 July 1870; educated at 
Clifton and at Keble College, 
Oxford, matriculated 12 October 
1889, aged 19; Vicar of 
St. Alban's, Tortuga, Trinidad, 
West Indies, since 1900. 



=Mabel, dau. of the Rev. 
Canon Huggins, Rector 
of San Fernando, Trini- 
dad, by Charlotte his 
wife; born 18 February 
1875; marr. at St. Paul's, 
Trinidad, on Saturday, 
28 July 1900. 



Constance Mary, 
born at Falloden 
on Wednesday, 
31 January, bapt. 
at Embleton 7 
April 1872. 



Charles Grey, 
born at Falloden 
on Saturday, 23 
August, bapt. at 
Embleton 28 Sep- 
tember 1873. 



171 



isaeitb. 



Edward Welch of Camden Town, London ;= 
of the Rolls Office, London ; died at Birkenhead, 
CO. Chester, aged 71, on Thursday, 14 August, 
bur. in the cemetery at Birkenhead 19 August 
1857. Will dated 16 November 1849, with 
codicil of same date, proved (P.C.C., 808, 56) 
22 October 1856, by Maria Louisa Welch, the 
relict, the sole Executrix. 




=Maria Louisa Jackson ; died at 
47 St. Augustine Road, Camden 
Town, London, aged 62, on 
Wednesday, 28 January, bur. in 
Highgate Cemetery, London, 
3 February 1857. Will dated 
14 January 1857, with codicil 
dated 24 January 1857, proved 
(P.C.C, 163, 57) 19 February 
1857, by Maria Louisa Parbury, 
the daughter, the sole Executrix. 



Maria Louisa, born 20 August, bapt. at St. James', 
Clerkenwell, London, 13 October 18 14; marr. there 
by licence 21 November 1837, Charles Parbury (son 
of Charles Parbury), Lieutenant in Naval Service 
of the Hon'''^ East India Company; died at River 
Terrace, Islington, London, aged 33, 28 October 
1843. Admon was granted (P.C.C, 401, 43) 
22 November 1843, 'o Maria Louisa Parbury, the 
relict. She died at Brighton, co. Sussex, aged 50, 
on Sunday, 28 August, and was bur. in Highgate 
Cemetery, London, 2 September 1864. Will 
dated 7 August 1857, proved (Prin. Reg., 197, 65) 
9 March 1865, by Henry Welch of i Tollington 
Road, Holloway, co. Middlesex, gent., Frederick 
Welch of 4 Addison Gardens, North Kensington, 
CO. Middlesex, gent., and Septimus Robert Welch 
of 22 Brecknock Crescent, Camden Town, co. 
Middlesex, the brothers, the Exors. 



A 



Edward Welch, born 
1 8 December 181 5, 
bapt. at St. James', 
Clerkenwell, London, 
28 March 18 16. 



John Welch, born 
24 October 181 7, 
bapt. at Pentonville 
Chapel, London, 2 1 
January 18 18. 



William Welch, born 
18 June 1819, bapt. 
at the parish church, 
Islington, London, 9 
March 1821; died at 
656 Old Kent Road, 
London, aged 56, 
on Wednesday, 24 
November 1875. 



Marianne Jane, bom 19 March, 
bapt. at St. Pancras New Church, 
London, 7 May 1856. 



Ellen Maria, bom 18 October 1858. 



Arthur Welch, born at Chiswick, 
CO. Middlesex, in i860, and died 
aged 3 months. 



Frederick George Welch,= 
born at Kensington, 
London, 4 July i8fii, 
bapt. at St. Barnabas', 
Kensington, 28 November 
1862 ; died at Calcutta, 
India, aged 30, 10 January 
1892, and bur. there. 



=Aileen Kathleen, eldest dau. 
of Captain Maurice Power, by 
Ernestine Neuville his wife ; 
marr. at Darjeeling, Bengal, 
India. She marr. 2ndly at 
Darjeeling, on Thursday, 16 
June 1898, William Furguson 
Ducat of Calcutta. 



George Frederick Welch, born at 
3 Upper Wood Street, Calcutta, 
28 November 1891, and bapt. at 
Calcutta. 



172 



Henry Welch, born 14 December 1820, 
bapt. at the parish church, Islington, 
London, 9 March 1821 ; marr. in 
London, Charlotte Susannah, who died 
at 2 Harborough Villas, Ramsgate, co. 
Kent, aged 65, 22 September, and was 
bur. in the cemetery at Ramsgate 27 
September 1893. M.L Will dated 
15 November 1890, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1044, 93) 15 November 1893, by 
Frederick Welch of " Inglemount," 
Sydenham, the sole Exor. He 
died s.p. at 10 Canonbury Street, 
Ramsgate, aged 60, on Thursday, 
7 April, and was bur. in the cemetery 
at Ramsgate 14 April 1881. Will 
dated 23 December 1859, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 351, 81) 27 April 1881, by 
Charlotte Susannah Welch of Florence 
Villa, Cornwallis Gardens, Hastings, 
CO. Sussex, the relict, the sole Executrix. 



Frederick Welch of= 
Balham, co. Surrey ; 
born at Pentonville, 
London, 10 July 
1822, bapt. at 
Pentonville Chapel 
5 October 1823. 



Caroline Leah, youngest dau. of 
William Richardson of Walbrook, 
in the City of London, and of 
Pentonville, by Mary King his 
wife, dau. of James Burbidge of 
East Knoyle, co. Wilts ; born 
at Pentonville 21 October 1826, 
bapt. at St. James', Clerkenwell, 
London, 11 February 1827 
(Sponsors : Mrs. Steedman, her 
sister Ann, and Mr. Steedman); 
marr. at St. Pancras New Church, 
London (by the Rev. James 
Dennett, brother-in-law of the 
bride), on Thursday, 21 June 
1855- 

{See Pedigree of Richardson, 
Vol. 10, page 166.) 



Ernest Robert Welch, born= 
at Kensington, London, 
20 January, bapt. at St. 
Barnabas', Kensington, 
II May 1866. 



=Janet Mary, eldest dau. of William Erskine, M.D., of Sydenham, 
CO. Kent, by Jeanie his wife, dau. of Robert Adam ; born at 
Kincardine, co. Perth, 17 April, bapt. there 14 May 187 1 ; marr. at 
Christ Church, Southwark, co. Surrey (by the Rev. Alfred Hutchings 
De Fontaine), on Saturday, 11 June 1898. t 



Sybil Mary, born at 3 Amesbury Avenue, Streatham Hill, co. 
Surrey, on Wednesday, 12 December 1900, bapt. at St. 
Margaret's, Leigham Court, Streatham Hill, 5 April 1902. 



Charles Welch, Septimus Robert Welch, born 8 November 1828,^ 

born 18 No- bapt. at Pentonville Chapel, London, 6 December 

vember 1826, 1829; died at his residence, 16 Cambridge 

bapt. at Penton- Gardens, Notting Hill, London, aged 47, on 

villa Chapel, Thursday, 6 April, bur. in Highgate Cemetery, 

London,i6May London, 13 April 1876. Will dated 25 July 

1827 ; died s.p. 1871, proved (Prin. Reg., 447, 76) i May 1876, 

at Cape Town, by Helen Welch of 16 Cambridge Gardens, 

South Africa. Notting Hill, co. Middlesex, the relict, the sole 

Executrix. /t\ 



=Helen, 2nd dau. of William 
Thacker of 10 Cambridge 
Terrace, Regent's Park, 
London, by Helen Parbury 
his wife ; marr. at the 
parish church, St. Pancras, 
London, on Thursday, 
16 April 1868. 



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173 



J^orbury. 



John Norbury of Upton and Macclesfield, co. Chester, Silk Throwster; 
horn 1 6 September 1781 ; marr. Esther Davenport, who died, aged 37, 
and was bur. at St. Michael's, Macclesfield, 22 August 1823. He died 
at Upton Grange, Macclesfield, aged 64, 1 1 January, and was bur. at 
Christ Church, Macclesfield, 16 January 1847. M.I. Will dated 
24 May 1843, proved at Chester 3 February 1847. 




Thomas Norbury of Upton= 
Hall, near Macclesfield, 
Silk Merchant ; born at 
King Edward Street, 
Macclesfield, 7 May, bapt. 
at Christ Church, Maccles- 
field, I June 1805; 
Lieutenant in King's 
Cheshire Regiment of 
Yeomanry Cavalry 1829 ; 
Mayor of Macclesfield 
1841 ; died at Upton Hall, 
Macclesfield, 23 May, bur. 
at Christ Church, Maccles- 
field, 29 May 1857. M.I. 
Will dated 7 January 1852, 
proved at Chester 1 1 June 
1857- 




=Frances Elizabeth, eldest dau. 
of William Binley Dickinson 
of Macclesfield, Surgeon, by 
Elizabeth his ist wife, dau. of 
the Rev. John Willey of 
Gilmorton and Willoughby 
Waterless, co. Leicester ; born 
at Macclesfield 8 January, bapt. 
at St. Michael's, Macclesfield, 
4 February 18 18; marr. at 
Prestbury, co. Chester, 22 April 
1841 ; died at 13 Albert Road, 
Southport, CO. Lancaster, aged 
63, on Monday, 14 March, bur. 
at Christ Church, Macclesfield, 
on Friday, 18 March 1881. 
M.I. Adirion was granted at 
the Principal Registry 10 March 
1882, to Willoughby Norbury, 
gent, the son, and one of the 
next of kin. 

{See Pedigree of Dickinson, 
Vol. I., page 2gj.) 



John Norbury, born 1 2 February, 
bapt. at St. Michael's, Maccles- 
field, 5 March 1807; died, aged 3, 
bur. at St. Michael's, Macclesfield, 
20 January 181 1. 

Henry Norbury, born 24 Decem- 
ber 1808, bapt. at Christ Church, 
Macclesfield, 17 January 1809; 
marr. at Wybunbury, co. Chester, 
Elizabeth Morgan; born 23 June 
1817; died, aged 47, and bur. 
at Christ Church, Macclesfield, 
13 June 1865. M.I. He died, 
aged 40, 14 July, and was bur. 
at Christ Church, Macclesfield, 
19 July 1849. M.I. Will dated 
28 February 1849, proved at 
Chester 20 September 1849. 

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I 

Hester, born 13 April 1847; 
died, aged 18, 31 August, bur. 
at Christ Church, Macclesfield, 
4 September 1865. M.I. 



John Frederick Norbury, born at Foden Bank Cottage, Macclesfield, = 
15 February, bapt. at Christ Church, Macclesfield, 8 June 1842 ; of Trinity 
College, Oxford, matriculated 23 May i860, aged 18, B.A. 1863, M.A. 1866; 
marr. istly by licence at the parish church, Lewisham, co. Kent, 19 August 
1882, Ellen Olive, dau. of Charles Rawhns. He died s.p. at 15 Palace 
Terrace, Fulham, co. Middlesex, aged 58, on Saturday, 28 July, and was bur. 
in the cemetery at Fulham i August 1900. 



=Annie, dau. of 
William Gillies; 
marr. at St. 
Peter's, Eaton 
Square, Lon- 
don, 4 August 
1888. 2nd wife. 



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Catherine, born 8 May, bapt. at St. Michael's, Maccles- 
field, CO. Chester, 30 May 18 10; marr. James Pearson 
(son of Nathaniel and Martha Pearson) ; born 
2 September 1809, bapt. at Macclesfield 2 May 181 1; 
died ig February 1896, and bur. in the cemetery at 
Southport, CO. Lancaster. Will dated 29 December 
1894, proved at Liverpool 25 March 1896, by 
Frederick Aneurin Jones, the sole Exor. She died 
s.p. at Southport 17 December, and was bur. in the 
cemetery at Southport 21 December 1882. Adnion 
(with will dated 2 February 1847, and codicil dated 
27 June 1866) was granted, under certain specialities 
(Prin. Reg., 161, 83), 3 February 1883, to James 
Pearson of "Glenville," Cambridge Road, Southport, 
CO. Lancaster, gent., the sole Exor. 



Elizabeth Davenport, born at 
Macclesfield in December 181 1, 
bapt. there 24 January 181 2; marr. 
istly at Prestbury, co. Chester, 
Joseph Dcane; marr. 2ndly at New 
York, U.S.A., James Campbell of 
New York, M.D. (son of the Rev. 
Robert Campbell, M.A.), who died 
at New York 12 March 185 1 ; marr. 
3rdly at New York, George Glenny 
of Glenville, co. Down. She died, 
leaving issue by her ist and 2nd 
husbands, 4 December, and was 
bur. in the cemetery at Southport 
7 December 1877. M.L 



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Fanny Hester, born at Foden Bank 
Cottage, Macclesfield, 13 June, 
bapt. at Christ Church, Maccles 
field, 2 August 1843; marr. at 
Prestbury (by the Rev. Willoughby 
Willey Dickinson, Rector of 
Wolferton, co. Norfolk, uncle of 
the bride) on Wednesday, 3 August 
1864, John Wright of "Field Bank," 
Macclesfield, only son of Richard 
Wright of Macclesfield. 

I 



Thomas William Norbury= 
of Stratford-on-Avon, co. 
\\ arwick ; horn at Park 
House, Macclesfield, 7 July, 
bapt. at Christ Church, 
Macclesfield, 8 September 
1847; L.R.C.P. Edin. and 
L.M. 1871, M.R.C.S. Eng. 
1871. 



=Eliza Theresa, 4th dau. of 
Captain Thomas Colley 
FitzGerald of Upton Grange, 
Macclesfield, by Eliza 
Leggiat his ist wife; born 
in India 31 December 1848 ; 
marr. at the parish church, 
Prestbury (by the Rev. 
Willoughby Willey Dickin- 
son, Rector of Wolferton, 
uncle of the bridegroom), on 
Wednesday, 21 July 1875. 



Willoughby FitzGerald Norbury, 
born at Crediton, co. Devon, 
10 March, bapt. there 18 April 
1877. _ 

Thomas FitzGerald Norbury, 
born at "The Heys," Alderley 
Edge, CO. Chester, 30 June, 
bapt. at Alderley Edge 31 
December 1878. 



Paul FitzGerald Norbury, 
born at "The Heys," 
Alderley Edge, 28 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at Alderley 
Edge 31 December 
1879; Lieutenant Royal 
Irish Regiment 1899, 
Lieutenant Poona Horse 
1903. 



Francis Campbell Norbury, born 
at Winton House, Stratford-on- 
Avon, 16 January, bapt. at the 
parish church, Stratford-on-Avon, 
9 May 1882 ; of St. John's 
College, Cambridge, matriculated 
October 1901. 

Cicely Alice, born at Winton 
House, Stratford-on-Avon, 23 Jan- 
uary, bapt. at the parish church, 
Stratford-on-Avon, 3 1 March 1 883 



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James Norbury, born 24 April, bapt. 
at Macclesfield, co. Chester, 5 May 
1813; died 17 November 18 1 3, and 
bur. at St. Michael's, Macclesfield, 
the same day. 

Mary, born 10 June 18 14, bapt. at 
Macclesfield 30 June 1815; died 26 
January 18 iS, and bur. the same day. 



Joseph Norbury, born at Macclesfield 
7 F'ebruary, bapt. privately 12 March 
1817 : died 18 January i8i8, and 
bur. the same day. 



Maria, bapt. at Maccles- 
field 17 April 1818; 
niarr. Abraham Downes 
Abbott of Dublin, 
Surgeon. She died at 
Liverpool 3 March 
1874. Will dated 28 
October 1872, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 452, 74) 
I July 1874, by James 
Pearson of 58 Leyland 
Road, Southport, co. 
Lancaster, gent., one of 
the Exors. 

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Esther, bapt. at Macclesfield 
2 August 1820; mam 
Edward Bennett of Maccles- 
field, M.D. ; died 18 June 
1886. She died at Chapel- 
en-le-Frith, co. Derby, 30 
March 1864. Will dated 
18 December 1852, proved 
at Derby 4 July 1864, by 
Edward Bennett of Chapel- 
en-le- Frith, co. Derby, M.D., 
the sole Exor. Probate 
being granted under certain 
limitations. =y 



Margaret Louisa, born at 
Park House, Macclesfield, 
28 December 1848, bapt. 
at St. Michael's, Maccles- 
field, 30 January 1849; 
marr. at All Saints', 
Southport (by the Rev. 
Frederick Binley Dickin- 
son, Vicar of Ashford, co. 
Middlesex, uncle of the 
bride), on Tuesday, 17 
April 1883, James Robert 
Campbell, only son of 
James Campbell of New 
York, M.D., by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of John 
Norbury of Macclesfield. 



Willoughby Norbury^ 
of ^v'llmcote Hill, 
Stratford-on-Avon, co. 
Warwick ; born at 
Park House, Maccles- 
field, 16 June, bapt. 
at St. Michael's, 
Macclesfield, 25 July 
1850; of Brasenose 
College, Oxford, ma- 
triculated 4 June 1868, 
aged 17, B.A. 1871, 
M.A. 1875 ; admitted 
a Solicitor 31 January 
1876. 




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^Elizabeth Hargreave, only dau. of the Rev. 
William Brewster of Llandudno, co. 
Carnarvon, by Ann Jane his 2nd wife, 6th 
dau. of John Hargreaves of Blackburn, co. 
Lancaster, Solicitor, and for more than 50 
years Coroner for the Hundred of Black- 
burn ; born at " Plas Trevor," Llandudno, 
19 Januarv, bapt. at St. George's, Llandudno, 
22 June 1856 ; marr. at St. Andrew's, South- 
port (by the Rev. Edward Jones Brewster, 
LL.D., Vicar of Leyton, co. Essex, uncle of 
the bride), on Tuesday, 4 June 1878; died 
at "Fairfield," Brook Lane, Alderley Edge, 
CO. Chester, 5 January, bur. at Llanrhos, 
near Llandudno, 10 January 1880. Adifion 
(with will dated 3 November 1879, and 
codicil of same date) was granted (Prin. 
Reg., 169, 80) 13 February 1880, under 
certain specialities, to Willoughby Norbury 
of " Fairfield," Brook Lane, Alderley Edge, 
CO. Chester, the sole Exor. 



Brewster Norbury, born at " Fairfield," Brook 
Lane, Alderley Edge, on Sunday, 21 December 
1879, bapt. at Alderley Edge 4 February 1880; 
of Oriel College, Oxford, matriculated October 
1898, aged 18, B.A. 1903. 



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^ie\)ebing. 



Arms. — Gules, two seven-rnyed stars wawd, arf^enl, and a clover-leaf proper. 
Crest. — A scven-niyed and waved star arj;uiU between two wings (pinions). 
.Mottoes. — I, Antiqua fides; 2, I'er aspera ad astra. 



Edward Henry Sievckingof 4 Christopher Street, Finsbury Sf|uare,= 
and afterwards of Daily's Lane, Stamford Hill, London, and of 
65 Fenchurch Street, in the City of London (elder son of Hiinrich 
Christian Sieveking, Senator of Hamburg, by Caroline Luise his 
wife, dau. of Senator Peter Diedrit'h Volckmann of Hamburg, 
and grandson of Peter Nicolaus Sieveking, who became a citizen 
of the Free State of Hamburg in February 1747); born at 
Hamburg 2 May 1790; came to England in i8og, returning to 
Hamburg for War of Liberation; served as and and ist Lieu- 
tenant in Hanseatic Legion, and received medal for campaign of 
1813-14; settled permanently in England 23 August 1815; died 
at 17 Manchester Square, London, 29 November, bur. in Abney 
Park Cemetery, London, on Thursday, 3 December 1868. 
M.L, also memorial tablet to his memory in the Lutheran 
Church of St. Georg, Little Alie Street, Leman Street, London. 
Adiiion with will dated 30 May 1859, was granted at the 
Principal Registry 22 December 1868, 
to Gustavus Adolphus Sieveking of 
" The Verandah," Upper Clapton, co. 
Middlesex, the son, one of the universal 
legatees substituted in the said will. 



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=Emerentiii T^uise Franciska, 
dau. of Senator Johann 
Valentin Meyer of Hamlmrg; 
born 4 September 1789; 
marr. at Hamburg 2 August 
1815; died at Stamford Hill, 
London, in her 73rd year, 
on Sunday, 24 November, 
bur. in Abney Park Ceme- 
tery, London, 29 November 
1861. M.L, also memorial 
tablet to her memory in 
the Lutheran Church of St. 
Georg, Little Alie Street, 
Leman Street, London. 



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UA^Ip \JiWz4itM 




Sir Edward Henry Sieveking of 17 Manchester Sijuare, London, K.B. ;=j=Jane, youngest dau. 



born in London 24 August 1816 ; educated at University College and 
at Edinburgh; M.D. E^din. 1841, F.R.CP. Lond. 1852, Physician in 
Ordinary to H.M. Queen Victoria 1888 till her death. Physician in 
Ordinary to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales (now King Edward VH.) 
since 1863, and Physician Extraordinary 1901 ; Author of various 
medical works; knighted 1886 ; Knight of Grace of Order of St. John 
of Jerusalem, F.S.A., LL.D. Edin. 




of John Ray of 
Finchley,co. Middle- 
sex, J. P. ; born 13 
September 1825 ; 
marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, 
London, on Wed- 
nesday, 5 September 
1849. 



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Henry Edward Sieveking, born at 3 Bentinck 
Street, Manchester Square, London, on Friday, 
21 June 1850; died suddenly, aged 8 months, on 
Wednesday, ig February, bur. in Abney Park 
Cemetery, London, 24 February 1851. M.L 



Laurence Ray Sieveking of Nullagine, Western 
Australia ; born at 3 Bentinck Street, Manchester 
Square, London, on Friday, 11 July 185 1 ; educated 
at Epsom and at Marlborough College. 



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Herbert Edward Sieveking, born at 
3 Bentinck Street, JNLanchester Square, 
London, on Tuesday, 19 April 1853; 
educated at Marlborough College and at 
Polytechnic School, Hanover; L.R.C.P. 
Lond. 1889, M.R.C.S. Eng. 1S81, 
formerly House Physician at St. Mary's 
Hospital, London ; Medical Officer 
Cape Government Railway Service and 
Hospital, Fourteen Streams, and of the 
British South Africa Co.'s Police and 
Base Hospital, Fort Tuli ; Bronze medal, 
Royal Humane 

Society, and * • » ^ 

the order of *^»'ifc«-'^-5^*.-c^^._, 
the Medjidie C» 

(4th-class). 



177 



Gustavus Adolphus Sieveking,: 
born at 4 Christopher Street, in 
the City of London, 30 April 
1819 ; died at " Loxley," 
Headstone Road, Harrow, co. 
Middlesex, aged 77 years and 
10 months, on Saturday, 27 
February, bur. in the old 
churchyard at Chingford, co. 
Essex, 2 March 1897. 




=Elizabeth, only dau. of Robert 
Podmore of Clapton Square, 
Hackney, co. Middlesex, by 
Jane Soale his wife, dau. of 
John Thompson ; born 9 April 
1827 ; marr. at St. John's, 
Hackney (by the Rev. Thomp- 
son Podmore, brother of the 
bride), on Saturday, 9 June 
1849; died at Harrow 21 
November, bur. in the old 
churchyard at Chingford 25 
November 1903. M.I. 



Hermann Alfred Sieveking, 
born at 4 Christopher Street, 
in the City of London, 19 
May 1825; died unmarried, 
in his 33rd year, on Wed- 
nesday, 24 February, bur. in 
Abney Park Cemetery, Lon- 
don, on Monday, i March 
1858. M.L 



Louisa Jane, born at 
1/ Al.uiciiestcr Square, 
London, on Sunday, 
25 July 1858; died at 
"The Verandah," Upper 
Clapton, CO. Middlesex, 
aged 17, on Tuesday, 
28 September, bur. in 
the old churchyard at 
Chingford i October 
1875. M.L 



Rosa Elizabeth, bom at " The Verandah," Upper Clapton, on 
Saturday, 7 January i860; marr. at Holy Trinity, Marylebone, 
London (by the Rev. Hugo Daniel Harper, D.D., Principal of 
Jesus College, Oxford, father of the bridegroom, assisted by the 
Rev. Canon William Cadman, the Rector), on Thursday, i January 
1885, Henry Roby Harper (son of the Rev. Hugo Daniel Harper, 
D.D., Principal of Jesus College, Oxford, formerly Head-Master of 
Sherborne School, by Mary Charlotte his wife, dau. of Sir Henry 
Dewey Harness, K.C.B., R.E.) ; bom 9 September 1858 ; of 
Trinity College, Oxford, matriculated 12 October 1877, aged 19, 
B.A. 1 88 1, M.A. 1884; House-Master of Clifton College. 



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Arthur Gustavus Sieveking, born at 
3 Bentinck Street, Manchester Square, 
London, on Sunday, 29 October 1854; 
educated at Marlborough College and at 
Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. 1877, M.A. 
1881 ; a Student of the Inner Temple 10 
April 1877, called to the Bar 26 January 
1880; marr. Ann Tucker. 



Frederick Seal Sieveking, bom at 3 Bentinck 
Street, Manchester Square, London, on Sunday, 
20 April 1856; entered the Royal Navy 1870, 
Sub-Lieutenant 1876, Lieutenant 10 August 
1881, retired as Commander 1901 ; died at 
33 Manchester Street, London, aged 46, on 
Sunday, 20 July, bur. in Abney Park Cemetery, 
London, on Wednesday, 23 July 1902. M.I. 



178 



Alfred Robert Sieveking, born at "The Verandah," Upper Clapton,= 
CO. Middlesex, on Tuesday, 6 January 1863 ; educated at Eastbourne 
College and at University College School, London, and at 
St. Mary's Hospital, London; L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S. Edin., L.M., 
L.F.P.S. Glasg. 1889; formerly Senior Medical Officer Uganda 
Railway, Mombasa, East Africa. 




Louisa Marie, born at Gwydir 
House, Cambridge, on Satur- 
day, 31 December 1892, bapt. 
at AH Souls', Langham Place, 
London, 21 February 1893. 



=Anna Josephine Adeline, 
youngest dau. of Karl 
Stebinger of Stuttgart, 
Germany ; born at Baden, 
Germany, 21 August 1871; 
marr. at Mannheim, Baden 
(by the Rev. Alfred Gray, 
Chaplain of the English 
Church at Heidelberg, 
Germany), on Saturday, 
9 April 1892. 



Marie Rosa Harriette, born at 
"St. Mary's," Meads Road, East- 
bourne, CO. Sussex, on Sunday, 
28 April, bapt. at St. John's, 
Eastbourne, 12 May 1895. 



Albert Forbes Sieveking= 
of 12 Seymour Street, 
Portman Square, and 34 
Essex Street, Strand, Lon- 
don ; born at 3 Bentinck 
Street, Manchester Square, 
London, on Friday, 17 
July 1S57 ; educated at 
Felstead School and 
at Marlborough College ; 
Solicitor 1881 ; F.S.A. 
1894, F.R.Hist.Soc. 1903; 
Author of " The Praise of 
Gardens," 1885 and 1899. 



=Margaret Julia, elder dau. of Sir George 
Campbell of Edenwood, co. Fife, 
R.C.S.L, of the Bengal Civil Service, 
Lieut. -Governor of Bengal, Member of 
the Indian Council, and afterwards 
M.P. for Kirkaldy (son of Sir George 
Campbell of Edenwood, brother of 
John, 1st Baron Campbell, Lord 
Chancellor of England) ; born at 
Lucknow, India, 8 March 1861, and 
bapt. there ; marr. at the British 
Consulate, and afterwards at the 
English Church, Rue d'Aguesseau, 
Paris, on Wednesday, 28 October 
1896. 



Margaret Eleanor Campbell, born at i 2 Seymour Street, 
Portman Square, London, 18 April, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Bryanston Square, London, 24 June 1898 (Sponsors: 
Elizabeth Jane Campbell, Everilda Gordon [afterwards de 
Barry Barnett], and Major George Campbell [8th King's] ). 



Henry Droop Sieveking, 
born at 1 7 Manchester 
Square, London, on Wed- 
nesday, 7 December 1859; 
died at Marlborough Col- 
lege, CO. Wilts, aged 13, on 
Thursday, 2 October, bur. 
in Abney Park Cemetery, 
London, 4 October 1873. 
M.L 



179 



Edward Gustavus Sieveking= 
of 7 Crosby Square, in the 
City of London ; born at 
Upper Clapton, co. Middle- 
sex, on Thursday, 27 July, 
bapt. at St. Thomas', Stam- 
ford Hill, CO. Middlesex, 
12 October 1865. 



Tsabel, younger dau. of George Giberne of the Hon'''' East 
India Co.'s Service, and Judge of the Court of Bombay, India, 
by Maria his wife, dau. of John Sim Smith, M.R.C.S. ; born 
7 October 1858; marr. at St. Martin's, Epsom, co. Surrey (by 
the Rev. John Richard Vernon, Rector of St. Audries, 
CO. Somerset, assisted by the Rev. Thompson Podmore, Rector 
of Aston-le-Walls, co. Northampton, uncle of the bridegroom), on 
Saturday, 25 April 1891. 




Valentine Edgar Sieveking, born at 5 Portman 
Mansions, Baker Street, London, on Friday, 
5 February, bapt. at Epsom 23 April 1892. 



11.. 
Lancelot Giberne Sieveking, born at 4 Lyon 
Road, Harrow, co. Middlesex, 19 March, 
bapt. at Epsom 25 April 1896. 



Geoffrey Edward Sieveking, born at 5 Portman 
Mansions, Baker Street, London, on Thursday, 
9 March, bapt. at Epsom 25 April 1893. 



Elinor Beatrice, born at 4 Lyon Road, 
Harrow, 14 April, bapt. at the parish church. 
Harrow, 21 May 1898. 



Florence Amelia, born at 17 Manchester Square, London, on Tuesday, 2 July 1861 ; marr. at 
St. Thomas', Orchard Street, London (by the Rev. Henry Geary), on Wednesday, 2 July 1884, 
Leonard Charles Wooldridge (son of Leonard Wooldridge of Overton, co. Hants, M.R.C.S.); 
born II December 1858; M.D. and D.Sc. Lond., M.R.C.S., Assistant Physician to Guy's 
Hospital and Lecturer on Physiology ; died at 24 Trinity Square, co. Surrey, on Thursday, 
6 June, bur. in Norwood Cemetery, co. Surrey, on Wednesday, 12 June 1889. M.I. in Cranleigh 
School and Guy's Hospital Chapel. Will dated 17 July 1884, proved (Prin. Reg., 648, 89) 
I July 1889, by Florence Amelia Wooldridge of 17 Manchester Square, co. Middlesex, the relict, 
the sole Executrix. She marr. 2ndly at St. Thomas', Orchard Street, London (by the Rev. 
Ralph Percy Thompson), on Monday, 23 December 1891, Ernest Henry Starling of 8 Park 
Square West, Regent's Park, London (son of Matthew Henry Starling of Bombay, India, 
Barrister -at-Law and Clerk to the Crown, by Ellen Matilda Watkins his wife); bom 17 April 
1866; educated at Guy's Hospital and at Heidelberg University; M.B., B.Sc. Lond. and 
M.R.C.S. Eng. 1888, M.D. Lond. (qualified for gold medal) 1890, F.R.C.P. Lond. 1897, 
F.R.S. and Jodrell Professor of Physiology at University College, London, 1899; Author of 
"Elements of Human Physiology," 5th Edition, 1902. 



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180 



Ella, born at 17 Manchester Square, 
London, on Thursday, 20 November 1862 ; 
marr. at St. Thomas', Orchard Street, 
London (by the Hon''''= and Rev. John 
Stafford Northcote), on Saturday, 20 June 
1896, Walter EwingCrum of 33 Manchester 
Square, London (son of Alexander Crum 
of Thornlie Bank, co. Renfrew, M.P. for 
CO. Renfrew, by Margaret Stewart his wife, 
dau. of the Rt. Rev. Alexander Ewing, 
Bishop of Argyll and the Isles); born at 
Caplerig, co. Renfrew, on Saturday, 
22 July 1865; educated at Eton and at 
Balliol College, Oxford, matriculated 
17 October 1884, aged 19, B.A. 1888, 
M.A. 1892. 



Alexander Edward Sieveking, 
born 2 February 1864, and 
bapt. at St. Thomas', Portman 
Square, London (Sponsors : 
H.R.H. the Prince of Wales 
[now King Edward VIL] and 
H.R.H. the Princess of Wales 
[now Queen Alexandra]); died 
at 17 Manchester Square, 
London, aged 9 months, on 
Saturday, 3 December 1864, 
and bur. in Abney Park 
Cemetery, London. M.L 



Emmeline Wood, 
born at 17 Man- 
chester Square, 
London, on Sun- 
day, I Septem- 
ber 1867 ; Hon. 
Secretary of Swan- 
ley Horticultural 
College. 




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INDEX. 



Abbott, Abraham Downes, 176; Maria, 176. 

Abercromby, Hon'''^ Adele Wilhelniine Marika, 61 ; 
George, Baron, 60; Colonel George Ralph, Baron, 
60 ; George Ralph Campbell, Baron, 61 ; James, 
Baron Dumferline, 60; Ilon'''"^ John, 60, 61 ; Juliet 
Janet Georgina, Lady, 61 ; Louisa Penuel, Lady, 
60; Hon'''" Mary Anne, 61 ; Mary Anne, Lady, 60; 
Hon'''" Montagu, 60, 61 ; Montagu, Lady, 60 ; 
Hon''"' Ralph, 60, 61 ; Major-General Sir Ralph, 60. 

Adair, Rev. Hugh Jenison, 43. 

Adam, Jeanie, 173; Robert, 173. 

Adcock, Maria, 71. 

Adene, Henry John, 103; Isabel, 103. 

Adeney, Rev. John, 20. 

Agnew, Thomas, 90. 

Ailsa, Archibald, Marquess of, 39. 

Aislabie, Anne, 121 ; Benjamin, 121 ; Louisa, 121 ; 
Rev. William John, 121. 

Alban, Grace, 6; Samuel, 6. 

Aldrich, Philip, 54; Sarah, 54. 

Alexander, Nicholas, 14; Sophia Ann, 14. 

Alexandra, Queen of England, 181. 

Allanson, Dorothy, 120; Rev. George 120. 

AUsop, James, 18, 19; Sarah, 18, 19. 

Andrewes, Rev. Charles, 48 ; Frances Jane, 48. 

Andrews, Rev. Charles Henry, I ; Phcebe Plannah, 
155 ; Stephen, 155. 

Anthony, Amelia Sophia, 68. 

Antrim, Hugh Seymour, Earl of, 104. 

Argyll and the Isles, Rt. Rev. Alexander Ewing, 
Bishop of, 181. 

Armit, Georgina, 41 ; Richard, 41. 

Armytage, John, 94, 96 ; Mary Elizabeth, 94, 96. 

Arnold, Rev. H. L., 143. 

Arnould, Alfred Henry, 24. 

Ashley, Atherton Edward, 128; Beryl, 128; Sarah 
Emily, 128. 

Ashley-Cooper, Anthony, Earl of Shaftesbury, 132 ; 
Barbara, Countess of Shaftesbury, 132 ; Lady 
Barbara, 132. 

Astley, Catherine, 153; Thomas, 153. 

Atherton, Sir William, 165. 

Atkinson, Henrietta, 141 ; Thomas, M.D., 141 ; 
Rev. Thomas, 12. 

Awdry, Edmund Mainley, 42. 

Awers, John, 108; Mary, loS. 

Ayre, Rev. Joseph Watson, 83, 136. 



B 



Baber, Ann, 49; Rev. Harry, 49, 50; Kev. Henry 

Harvey, 49. 
Babington, Rev. William Peile, 56. 
Badcock, Emma Georgiana Bentley, 25; Leah, 87; 

Martha, 87 ; Richard, 87 : William, 25. 
Bagot, Elizabeth, 23 ; Rev. Waller, 23. 
Baker, Hannah Lucy, 24 ; John Strange, 24 ; 

Shirley, 24. 



Baldwin, Ann, 107; Georgiana, 107 j John, 107. 

Balguy, John, 153. 

Bambridge, Rev. Joseph John, 108. 

Banister, Rev. Charles Litchfield, 126; Eliza Anne, 
126; Rev. Edward, 126; Katherine Maude, 126. 

Barbadoes, Rt. Rev. Herbert Bree, Bishop of, 138. 

Baring, Thomas George, Earl of Northbrook, 169. 

Baring-Gould, Rev. Baring, II. 

Barker, Rev. Canon William, 164. 

Barlow, Alethea, 62, 66 ; Algernon, 66 j Amelia 
Sophia, 68; Andrew, 118; Caroline, 63; Cecilia 
Katherine, 64 ; Charles John, 68 ; Charlotte, 68 ; 
Charlotte Eliza, 66 ; Cordelia, 67 ; Edith Mary, 
68 ; Edmund, 62-66 ; Edmund Francis Masterman, 
64 ; Eleanor, 67 ; Eleanor Mary, 68 ; Elizabeth, 
65 ; Essex Eleanor, 66 ; Essex Frances, 66 ; Eustace 
Hepburn, 62, 64, 67 ; Florence Marion Rose, 67 ; 
Frances Charlotte, 63 ; Francis, 62, 63 ; Francis 
John, 68; Francis IVIount, 63; Lieut. -Colonel 
Frederick, 67 ; George, 63 ; Rev. George, 64 ; 
George Barne, 63 ; Rev. George Francis, 
62; Rev. George Hilaro Philip, 121; George 
Thomas, 68 ; Harold, 67 ; Harold Everard, 68 ; 
Harriet, 62, 65, 118 ; Lady Harriet Eliza Danvers, 
63 ; Henrietta, 64 ; Henrietta Rosamund, 67 ; 
Rev. Henry Masterman, 65, 67 ; Rev. John Mount, 
62-64, 66, 67 ; Juliana, 66 ; Lance Mount, 67 ; 
Laura, 68 ; Laura Frederica, 64 ; Laura Sarah, 62 ; 
Louisa, 64, 65 ; Louisa (Violet), 63 ; Lyonell, 66, 
67 ; Marion, 68 ; Mark Masterman, 67 ; Mary 
Cordelia, 67 ; Millicent Alice, 67 ; Montague 
Frederick Harold, 67 ; Richard, 66 ; Sophia Sidney, 
67 ; Sybilla Harriet, 67 ; Vernon Harold, 67 ; 
Violet Norah, 67 ; William Francis, 63. 

Barne, Miles, 62. 

Barnes-Lawrence, Rev. Arthur Evelyn, II. 

Barnett-Bigley, Anne, 162; WiUiam, 162. 

Barns, Ann, 90: William, 90. 

Barrow, Rev. George Staunton, 124. 

Barrows, Annie Mabel, 162; Evelyn Rosamond, 156; 
Florence Holmes, 156; Rev. Frederick William, 
155, 156; Joseph, 156, 162. 

Barry, Alice, 115 ; James, 115. 

Battiscombe, Christopher George, 56 ; Eliza Susan, 
56; Rev. Henry, 56; Mary, 56. 

Baumbach, Baron de, 102. 

Bayley, Rev. Sir Emilius, Bt., 113, 115. 

Beardoe, Harriette, 98. 

Beauchamp, Frederick, Earl, 103; Henry Beauchamp, 

Earl, 103; Susan Caroline, Countess, 103. 
Beauchamp- Proctor, Emily Charlotte, in; Major- 
General George Edward Henry, III ; George 
Thomas, III ; Hester Maria Fredericka, ill ; 
Louisa Mary Catherine, III. 
Beauclerk, Lady Georgina, 22 ; William, Duke of 

St. Albans, 22. 
Beaufort, Elizabeth, Duchess of, 102 ; Henrj-, K.G., 

Duke of, 102; Henry Charles, Duke of, 103. 
Beaumont, Averil, 22; Captain Richard, R.N., 22; 

Svisan Hussey, 22; Wentworth Blackett, 22. 
Beauvoir, .\nne, 165; Isabella, 165; Rev. Osmund, 
D.D., 165. 



185 



Becher, Elizabeth Susannah, 50 ; Honor Henrietta, 

50; Rev. John Drake, 50; Rev. WiUiani, 50. 
Beck, Anna, 73; Herring, 73. 
Beckwith, Harriet Ellen, 158; William, 158. 
Bell, Dora Laidlaw, 128 ; Elizabeth, 4 ; James, 

128; Martha Sjines, 4; William, 4; William 

McConbrie, 4. 
Bennet, Ann, 1 13; Rev. Joseph, 113. 
Bennett, Edward, M.D., 176; Esther, 176. 
Bent, Rev. John Oxcnham, 124. 
Benwell, DeUlah, 72. 
Berry, Rev. William, 19, 20. 
Bessborough, Fredericl:, Earl of, 132; Henrietta 

Frances, Countess of, 132, 134; John William, 

Earl of, 132; Maria, Countess of, 132; Louisa 

Susan Cornwallis, Countess of, 103 ; Rev. Walter 

William Brabazon, Earl of, 19, 103. 
Bews, John, 12 ; Norah Henrietta, 12 ; Mary 

Elizabeth, 12. 
Bidden, Arthur, 65 ; Harriet, 65 ; Herman, 65 ; 

Jane, 65 ; Manfred, 65. 
Bigg- Wither, Rev. Harris Jervoise, 71. 
Bilhng, Amelia Turner, 107 ; Mary Ann, 107 ; 

Thomas Robert, 107. 
Binns, Sarah, 117. 
Birch, James, 126; Juliana Letitia, 126; Nicoletta 

Letitia, 126; Richard Frederick, 120. 
Blair, Anne, 9; Lord President Robert, 9. 
Blandy, John, 97; Mary, 97. 
Bligh, Vice-Admiral Richard Rodney, 5. 
Bloomfield, Rev. Father, 9. 
Blumer, Clementina, 17; Elizabeth, 17; George, 17; 

John George, 17; Luke, 17; Margaret, 17. 
Buis, Frances Margaret, 147 ; Henry, 147 ; John 

Charles, 147. 
Bolton, Elizabeth Henrietta, 108 ; Gertrude Mary, 

108; Lyndon, 108; Rev. Richard Knott, 108. 
Bond, Rev. John Wesley, 107 ; Joseph, 148 ; 

Nellie, 148. 
Booth, Harriot, 153; William, 153. 
Borrell, Henry, 149; Sophie, 149. 
Borrer, Mary Anne, 88 ; William, 88. 
Boscawen, Admiral the Hon'"'' Edward, 102 ; 

Elizabeth, 102. 
Bourke, Rear-Admiral Edmund, 39 ; Rev. Sackville, 

■35- 
Bourne, Elinor Drinkwater, 116; John, no; Rev. 

John Bury, no; Margaret Sophia, no; Mary, 

no; Peter, n6; Robert William, in. 
Bousfield, Rt. Rev. Henry Brougham, Bishop of 

Pretoria, 167. 
Bowden-Smith, Rev. Frederick Hermann, 29. 
Bowe, Elizabeth, 42. 
Bower, Amelia Mary, 1 19 ; Augusta Mary Chivers, 

119; Edward Chivers, ng. 
Bowling, Henry Paulson, 66, 93. 
Bowman, Alice Margaret Perceval, 74 ; Rev. Arthur 

Herbert, 3; Cyril, 74; John Eddowes, 74. 
Box, Hannah, 47 ; Mabel Georgina, 47 ; Stephen 

Thomas, 47 ; Rev. William Henry, 47. 
Boyle, George, Earl of Glasgow, 60 ; George 

Frederick, Earl of Glasgow, 60 ; Helen Nagle 

Hill, 71; Henderson, 71; James, Earl of Glasgow, 

60 ; Julia, Countess of Glasgow, 60 ; Montagu, 

Countess of Glasgow, 60. 
Boys, Anne, 165; John, 165. 

Bramston, Clara Isabella Sandford, 64 ; Rev. John, 64. 
Brand, Hon''''= Mrs., 134. 
Bree, Charlotte Jane, 138; Rev. Edw.ird Henry, 138; 

Rt. Rev. Herbert, Bishop of Barbadoes, 138; Jane 

Sarah, 138. 
Brewer, John, 78; Harriet, 78. 
Brewis, Robert, 17. 
Brewster, Ann Jane, 176; Rev. Edward Jones, LL.D. , 

176; Elizabeth Hargreave, 176; Rev. William, 176. 
Brice, Alexander, 63 ; Jane, 63. 
Bridgman, John, 74; Louisa, 74; Sophia, 74. 
Briggs, Elizabeth, 65 ; Jonas, 65 ; Mary, 65. 



Bright, Benjamin, 161 ; Frances Mary, 161 ; Honora 

Phebe Gertrude, 161. 
Bristow, Charles, 108. 

Brillain, John, I ; Lavinia Elizabeth, I ; Louisa, I. 
Brock, Thomas, 154. 
Brodie, Thomas, 61. 
Broke, Elizabeth, 48; Horatio George, 48; Sir 

Philip, Bt.,48. 
Brooke, Rev. P^dward, 158. 
Brooks, Rev. Harvey, 3. 
Brough, Margaret, 92. 
Brown, Edith, 91 ; Rev. George Gibson, 64; Hannah 

Lax, 32 ; Harriet, 123 ; Henry, 91 ; John, 27 ; 

Rev. John, 140 ; Rev. John Gardiner, 140 ; Lucy 

Jane, 140 ; Margaret Duncan, 98 ; Margaret 

La;tilia, 123; Hon""^ Mary Anne, 6:; Colonel 

Nicholas Robert, 61 ; Sarah Hannah, 91 ; Rev. 

Thomas, 32 ; Rev. Thomas Kenworthy, 126 ; 

William, 123; William Williams, 98. 
Browne, Rev. John James, 142 ; Rev. Tbirlwall 

Gore, 31 ; Sir William, 49, 50. 
Browne-Collison, Henrietta Eliza, 164; Henry, 164. 
Bryant, .Martha, 87 ; Mary, 87 ; William, 87. 
Buckall, Captain Richard, R. N. , 5. 
Bucke, Rev. Benjamin Walter, 80. 
Bull, Rev. William, 19. 
Bunbury, Abraham, 10; Isabella, 10. 
Burbidge, James, 173; Mary King, 173. 
Burch, Augustus Edgar, 141; Emily, 141. 
Burdett, Sophia, 74. 
Burnaby, Anne Caroline, 39 ; Cecilia Florence, 39 ; 

Edwyn, 39; Rev. Robert William, 28. 
Bume, Rev. John Butler, 97. 
Burn- Murdoch, Rev. James McGibbon, 78, 79. 
Burrell, Charlotte Joanna, 30; James Fitchett, 30. 
Burrows, Sarah, 17; Thomas, 17. 
Burton, Harriet Anne, 22; William Fitx William, 22. 
Bury, John, no; Mary, no. 
Butler, Hon**'" Charles Augustus, 63 ; Lady Harriet 

Eliza Danvers, 63 ; Hon*"'' Letitia Rudyerd Ross, 63 ; 

Lady Margaret, 83 ; Richard, Earl of Glengall, 83. 
BjTon, Mrs., 25. 



Caddell, Rev. Henry, 22. 

Cadman, Rev. Canon William, 178. 

Calcutta, Rt. Rev. John Thomas James, D. D., 

Bishop of, 26; Rt. Rev. Reginald Heber, D.D., 

Bishop of, 42. 
Cambridge, Duke of, 93. 
Cameron, Jane Rose, 40 ; Mary Frances Lovett, 40 ; 

William Lochiel, 40. 
Campbell, Colin Minton, 154; Elizabeth, 176; 

Elizabeth Davenport, 175; Elizabeth Jane, 179; 

George, 179; Sir George, 179; Herbert, 154 ; 

James, M.D., 175, 176; James Robert, 176; 

John, 154; John, Baron, 179; John Fitzherbert, 

154; Louisa Wilmot, 154; Margaret Julia, 179; 

ilargaret Louisa, 176; Mar)', 1 54 ; Rev. Robert, 

'75- 
Camperdown, Adam, Earl of, 61 ; Juliana Cavendish, 

Countess of, 61. 
Canterbury, Archbishop of, 49, 89. 
Cantrell, Mary Maria, 121. 
Cardew, Emma, 38 ; Rev. John Haydon, 38. 
Carlisle, Dean of, 36. 
Carrington, Elizabeth, 7. 
Cartwright, Rev. Edward Arthur, 96; Lieut. -Colonel 

Henry, 96 ; Henry Aubrey, 96 ; Jane, 96 ; Maud, 

96 ; Rev. William Digby, 96. 
Cary, Rev. Charles Thomas, 156, 157, 161, 167; 

Rev. Henry Francis, 156; Sarah Wilmot, 156. 
Castleden, George, 52 ; Rev. George, $2 ; Rev. 

George Douglas, 52 ; Jane Packman, 52 ; Julia 

Henrietta, 52 ; Laura, 52. 
Castlestewart, Charles Andrew Knox, Earl of, 93. 



186 



Catt, Ann Boulter, 105, 106 ; Joshua, 105, 106 ; 
Sarah, 105 ; Wilham, 105. 

Gaunter, Ann, 137, 139; Khzabeth Mary Jane, 139; 
George Henry, 13S; Georgiana Sybella, 137; 
Georgiana Syliella Gaunter, 138 ; Henry Macdonald, 
138; Rev. Richard Macdonald, 137, 139. 

Cave, Sir Charles, Bt., 153. 

Cave-Browne, Catherine, 153; Eliza Martha, 154; 
Harriot, 153; John, 153; Louisa, Lady, 153; 
Louisa Catharine, 153; Slary, 156; Sarah, 153; 
William, 153. 

Cave-Browne-Cave, Alfred William, 162 ; Ambrose 
Sneyd, 159; Rev. Ambrose Sneyd, 158; Amelia 
Frances Alberta, 155 ; Anne, 155, 162 ; Annie 
Mabel, 162 ; Anthony Stanhope, 162 ; Beatrice 
Mabel, 157; Bernard, 162; Blanche Isabelle, 157; 
Blanche Matilda Mary Anne, 157 ; Lieut. -Colonel 
Bowyer Wenman, 159 ; Caroline Emma, 162 ; 
Caroline Mary Anne Elizabeth, 158 ; Catharine 
Penelope, 161 ; Catharine Penelope, Lady, 153 ; 
Cecil Beckwith, 158; Cecil Fitzherbert, 158; 
Charles Wenman, 157 ; Charlotte, 161 ; Clement 
Andrew, 162 ; Cornelia Maria, 160 ; Courtney 
Priestley Edward, 159 ; Rev. Edward Farsyde, 
159 ; Edward Johnson, 155 ; Edward Lambert, 
162 ; Rev. Edward Sacheverell, 153, I57 i 
Elizabeth, 160; Elizabeth Louisa Maria, 155; 
Elsie Lilian, 159; Emily Wilmot, 155; Eustace 
Henry, 160 ; Evelyn, 160 ; Evelyn Rosamond, 
156; Rev. Fitzherbert Astley, 15S, 159; Florence 
Mabel Fitzherbert, 159 ; Frances Catharine Delia, 
159 ; Frances Emily, 157 ; Frances Esther Anne, 
158 ; Frances Evelyn, 157 ; Francis Wyamarus, 
156, 162 ; Genille, 154 ; Geoffrey Lisle, 154 ; 
Hannah, 155 ; Hannah Louisa, 155 ; Harriet 
Ellen, 15S ; Rev. Henry, 160, 162 ; Henry 
Meyrick, 157; Henry Wilmot, 155; Honora Phebe 
Gertrude, 161 ; Hyacinthe Ellen, 156, 157; Irene 
de Peyster, i5o ; Isabella, Lady, 154 ; Isabella 
Louisa, 161 ; James Saurin, 159 ; Jeannette 
Gertrude, 157; Rev. John, 153; Sir John Robert, 
Bt., 153; Rev. John Walker, 155 ; Rev. Jordayne, 
156, 161 ; Julia, 154 ; Julia Mead, 155 ; Louisa 
Mary, 158; Louisa Rosamond Sophia, 155; Louisa 
Wilmot, 154; Lucy Wilmot, 159; Mabel, 154; 
Margaret Wilmot, 156; Maria, 156: Maria Louisa, 
160; Marie Annie, 159; Mary, 156, 157; Mary 
Annie Sophia, 155; Mary Genevieve, 160; Mary 
Julia Minton, 159 ; Maude Evelyn, 160 ; Millicent 
Rosamond, 154; Muriel, 154; Sir Mylles, Bt., 
IS3> 154; Phojbe Hannah, 155; Rachel, 162; 
Rachel Perrins, 156; Reginald Ambrose, 160; 
Roger, 158 ; Rosamond Harriette, 162 ; Rowland 
Henry, 161; Sarah Eleanor, 158; Sarah Maria, 
159; Sarah Wilmot, 156; Selina, 160; Stretton, 
156; Thomas, 155, 157; Thomas Reginald, 157; 
Rev. Verney, 157; Violet Gertrude, 159; William, 
156; Sir William, Bt., 153; William Astley, 159; 
Rev. WiUiam Astley, 154 ; Rev. Wilham Cecil, 
156; William Edward, 160; Wilmot, 159, 160; 
Rev. Wilmot, 156. 

Cave-Moyle, Isabella Louisa, 161 ; Rev. Thomas, 156. 

Cavendish, Lady Fanny, 134; Lady Frederick, 134; 
Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire, 134; William, 

134- 
Cavington, Rev. William, 45. 
Cayley, Anne, 118; Catherine Louisa, 120; Sir 

rSghy, Bt., 120; Dorothy, Lady, 1 20; Sir George, 

Bt., 118; Sir George AUanson, Bt., 118, 120; 

Sir George Everard Arthur, Bt., 120; Sarah, Lady, 

1 18; Sarah Philadelphia, 118; Sir Thomas, Bt. , 

118. 
Chadwick, Elizabeth Anne, 154; William, 154. 
Chaloner, Rev. John William, 119. 
Chambers, Rev. Charles Cornelius, 15. 
Champney, Harriet, 14. 
Chance, Arent de Peyster, 160; Cornelia Maria, 160; 

George, 160; Maria Louisa, 160. 



Chapman, Rev. Boswell, 37 ; Caroline Ella, 37 ; 

Caruline Mary, 37 ; David Ward, 37. 
Chartcris, Elinor Margaret, 83 ; Francis, Earl of 
Wemyss, 83; Lady Margaret, 83; Hon'''" Richard, 

83- 

Chenery, George Arthur, 160 ; Mary Geneviive, 
160. 

Cheyne, John, M.D., 170; Selina, 170. 

Chichester, Bishop of, 63. 

Chinnock, F., 104; Rose, 104. 

Cholmeley, Flora Caroline Elizabeth, 22 ; Lady 
Georgiana, 22 ; Sir Montage John, 22. 

Christian, Charlotte, 115; John, 115, 139; Louisa 
Dorothy, 139. 

Christie, Rev. Charles Henry, 156. 

Churchill, John, 80 ; Mary, 80. 

Clapham, Charles, 154; Elizabeth Anne, 154) 
Millicent Rosamond, 154; William Wentworth, 
154. 

Clapton, Edward, 80 ; Rev. Edward Louis Churchillj 
80 ; Ethel May, 80 ; Mary, 80. 

Clark, Aimee Harriet, 77 ; Alfred Ashley, 75, 78, 79 ; 
Amy Henrietta Mary, 75 ; Andrew Le Gros, 79 ; 
Anna Duke, 77 ; Anna Eliza Frances, 77 ; Annie 
Christine, 78 ; Charles NevlU, 78 ; Cyril Drummond 
Le Gros, 80 ; Edith Elsie Le Gros, 80 ; Edward, 
74, 75 ; Edward Nassau, 75 ; Rev. Edward 
Travers, 80 ; Eliza, 75 ; Elizabeth Ann, 76 ; Ellen 
Elizabeth, 76 ; Emily Adelaide, 77 ; Ethel Kate 
Le Gros, 79 ; Ethel Mary Dora, 79 ; Ethel May, 
80 ; Frances Leonard, 76 ; Frederica Henrietta 
Anne, 76 ; Frederick Henry, 76 ; Frederick Le 
Gros, 74, 78, So; Frederick Willmer, 78; Rev. 
George, 75, 76, 78 ; Ven'''" George, 75, 77 ; George 
Dodd, 75 ; Colonel Gerard Collingwood, 75-77 ; 
Harriet, 78 ; Harriet Ann, 78 ; Harriet Delamain, 
77 ; Helen Christine, 78 ; Helen Mabel Sophonisba, 
78 ; Henrietta, 78 ; Henry Bingley, 74-76 ; Henry 
Drummond, 79 ; Herbert Brewer, 78 ; Hester 
Anita, 77 ; Isabella March, 76 ; John Nassau, 74 ; 
Julia, 76 ; Kate, 79 ; Louisa, 74 ; Louisa Maria, 
75 ; Louisa Suter, 76 ; Magdalen, 74 ; Mary, 74 ; 
IVIary Edith, 79; Mary Esther, 75; Mary Francisca, 
77 ; Mary Senior, 77 ; Mildred Le Gros, 79 ; 
Rev. Nassau, 74; Peter, 74, 75 ; Peter Senior, 77 ; 
Sophie, 74 ; Walter Constable, 79 ; Wilfrid Edward 
Le Gros, 80; Willmer Le Gros, 79. 

Clarke, Rev. Sir Charles, Bt., 63 ; Courtney Kenny, 
158; David, 90; Delia Priestley, 158; Frances 
Esther Anne, 158; Hannah, 90; John, 90. 

Claughton, Rt. Rev. Thomas Legh, D.D., Bishop of 
St. Albans, 136. 

Cleather, Rev. Arthur Ellis, 151 ; Rev. George Ellis, 
151 ; Jane, 151 ; Violet Oak, 151. 

Clough-Taylor, Edward, 25 ; Emma Georgiana 
Bentley, 25 ; Harriet Anna Georgina, 25 ; Sophia 
Mary, 25. 

Clutter'buck, Charlotte Eliza, 66 ; John, 66 ; Marianne, 
66 ; Marianne Emily, 97 ; Mary Anne, 66 ; Robert, 

97- 

Clyde, Lord, 82. 

Cochrane, Lady Alice Laura Sophia, 39 ; Louisa 
Harriet, Countess of Dundonald, 39 ; Hon''''^ 
Thomas, 61 ; Thomas Barnes, Earl of Dundonald, 

39- 
Coldridge, Katherine, 121 ; Mary, 121 ; Rev. Samuel 

Powning, 121 ; Samuel Taylour, 121. 
Cole, Catharine, 27 ; Rev. Edward Pattinson, 45 ; 

Frances Blanche, 45; James, 27; Mary Lydia, 167; 

Thomas BuUman, 45 ; Rev. Thomas Henry, 45 ; 

Rev. William Graham, 167. 
Colles, Edward Richard Purefoy, 92 ; Mina Elizabeth, 

92. 
Collev, General Sir George, 125. 
Collier, Edith Mary, 68 ; Harriett, 68 ; John Cate.s, 

68. 
Colvin, Herbert Wybault, 44; Mar)-, 44. 
Constable, John, 55; Mary, 55. 



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Cootie, Anne, 113, 114; Arthur Trcvenen, 114; 

Liarbara Cecil, 114 ; Belly, 113 ; Belly Ann, 113 ; 

Charles, 113; Charles Arthur Penrose, 114; 

Charles Edward, 113; Charlotte Frances, 113; 

Clara Louisa, 114; Clara Penrose, 115; Edith 

Constance, 115; Edward, 113; Eleanor Lucy, 115; 

Fanny Jane, 113; Jane, 113: Jane Dod, Lady, 113; 

Sir John, 113; John Charles, II3, 114; John 

Griffiths, 1 14 ; Loui Dorothy Scott, 1 14 ; Lucy, 

114; Maurice William, 114; William, 113. 
Cooke, Rev. John, I, 5. 
Cookesley, Rev. Henry Parker, 42, 43. 
Cookson, Marie, 139. 
Coope, Emily 136; Emily Dora, 136; Octavius 

Edward, 136. 
Cooper, Rev. Charles Beauchamp, 165 ; Charlotte 

Elizabeth, 165; Edward, 18, 19; Harriett, 165; 

Maria, 19; Samuel Herbert, 154; Sarah, 18, 19. 
Corrie, Adam, 143; Peggie, 143. 
Cotton, Rowland, 155. 
Coward, Blanchard Reginald Toogood, 42 ; Geraldine 

Blanche, 42. 
Cozens, John Robert, 31 ; Sarah, 31. 
Craster, Dr. Herbert Vaughan, 156; Mar}', 156. 
Craven, Blanche Duval, 149; William Henry, 149. 
Crawshay, Francis, 78 ; Helen Christine, 78 ; Laura, 

78 ; Richard, 78. 
Creed, Edward, 108; EHzabeth Henrietta, 108. 
Crickmer, Eliza Susan, 56. 
Crisp, Anna Sophia, 56; Edwards, 56, 89; Frederick 

Arthur, 18, 87-89; Frederick Augustus, 18, 89, 

107; Gertrude, 18; Marian, 107; Mary, 89; 

Sarah, 18, 89, 107; William Henry, 18, 89. 
Cromwell, Jane, 65 ; Oliver, 65. 
Crosse, Ella Beatrice, 93 ; Lady Mary, 93 ; Colonel 

Thomas Richard, 93. 
Crum, Alexander, 181 ; Ella, iSi ; Margaret 

Stewart, 181 ; Waller Ewing, 181. 
Crutchley, General Charles, 72 ; Eliza Bayfield, 72 ; 

Helen, 72. 
Culley, George, 169. 
Cumming, Rev. Hugh Smith, 156; Rachel Perrins, 

156. 
Cunningham, John, 74 ; Sophia, 74 ; Sophie, 74. 
Cupit, Alfred, 109 ; Helen Anne, 109. 
Curgenven, Rev. John, 123. 
Currey, John, 45. 
Curteis, Mary Jane, 141. 
Curtis, Catherine, 24 ; Thomas A., 24. 
Curtiss, Ellen, 148 ; George Savage, 148. 
Curzon, Assheton, Viscount, 41 ; Hon''''^ Charlotte, 

41 ; Lord, 43. 
Cutting, Phillip, 109; Sarah, 109. 



D 

Dalhousie, Fox, Earl of, 61 ; James Andrew, Earl of, 

61 ; Montagu, Countess of, 61. 
Dalton, Georgiana Isabella, 40; John, 40. 
Damant, Henrj' James, 29; Peter Arthur, 105. 
Daniel, Hester Maria Fredericka, in; Thomas, in. 
Daniell, Dr., 40; Jane Rose, 40. 
Darlington, Elizabeth, 91 ; Martha, 91 ; Thomas, 91. 
Darnell, Elizabeth, 42 ; Frances Anne, 42 ; Rev. 

William Nicholas, 42. 
Darter, George Blackford Silver, 3 ; Harriett Silver, 

3 ; Mary Elizabeth, 3. 
Davenport, Esther, 174. 
Davies, Rev. Edward, 162. 
DaN-}', Sarah Emily, 128; Dr. William, 128. 
Dawkins-Pennant, Emily Elizabeth Alicia, 133 ; 

George Hay, 133. 
Dawson, Alice, Si ; Alice Charlotte Matilda, 83 ; 

Rev. Jonathan, 8^. 
Dawson-Damer, Emma Andalusia Frere, Countess of 

Portarlington, 39 ; George Lionel Henry Seymour, 

Earl of Portarlington, 39. 



Dcane, Elizabeth Davenport, 175 ; Ellen, 55 ; John, 
55; Joseph, 175; Mary, 55. 

De Barry Barnett, Everilda, 179. 

De Bel, Rachel, 91 ; Rebecca, 91 ; William, 91. 

De Chair, Beatrice Frances, 168 ; Blanche, 168 ; 
Brenda Atherton Hustler, 165 ; Celia Julia Maria, 
167 ; Charlotte Elizabeth, 165 ; Dorothy .Maud, 
l68; Dorothy Melville, 168; Dudley, 166; Dudley 
Raikes, 167; Captain Dudley Rawson Stratford, 
R.N., 167; Edilh Cecilia, 168; Ella, 168; Emily 
Frances, 166 ; Enid, 167 ; Ernest Francis, 168 ; 
Evelyn, 168; Frances Dymphne, 168; FrancesEmily, 
167 ; Rev. Frederick, 165, 167 ; Rev. Frederick 
Beauchamp Cooper, 165 ; Rev. Canon Frederick 
Blacken, 165, 167, 168 ; George Herbert Blacken, 
166; Georgiana Julia Maria, 167; Henrj' Beauvoir, 
168; Henry William, 165; Isabel Louisa, 166; 
Isabella, 165 ; Isabella Mary, 165 ; Rev. John, 
166; Rev. John, D.C.L., 165; Julia, 165, 166; 
Julia Frances Stanley, 168 ; Louisa Jane, 167 ; 
Margaret, 165 ; Mary Dymphne, 168 ; Osmund 
Beauvoir, 166 ; Osmund Blackett, 165 ; Oswald 
Wentworth, i68; Peregrine Edward, 166; Richard 
Blackett, 166; Rev. Richard Blackett, 165, 167. 

De Coetlogon, Rev. Charles Evelyn Cambridge, 171 ; 
Rev. Charles Prescott, 171 ; Henrietta, 171 ; Jane, 
171. 

Deedes, Rev. Arthur Gordon, 44. 

De Fontaine, Rev. Alfred Hatchings, 173. 

De Mauley, Barbara, Lady, 132; Charles Frederick 
Ashley Cooper, Baron, 132; Maria Jane Elizabeth, 
Lady, 132, 135; William Ashley Webb, Baron, 
132; William Francis Spencer, Baron, 132. 

Denison, Ven'''" George Anthony, 46. 

Dennett, Rev. James, 173. 

Denny, Samuel, 106; Sarah, 106. 

De Peyster, Arent Schuyler, 160; Cornelia Maria, 160. 

Desborough, Jane, 65. 

Dever, Adah Felicitas, 9 ; Hon*"'' James, 9 ; 
Margaret, 9. 

De Vesci, Thomas, Viscount, 37. 

Devonshire, Georgiana, Duchess of, 134. 

Dewdney, Ada Frances, 139 ; Charlotte, 161 ; Eliza, 
139; George, 139. 

D'Eye, Rev. Edgar Rust, 138; Jane Sarah, 138. 

Dicken, Rev. Charles, 146 ; Clara Mary, 146 ; Emily 
Ellen, 146 ; Henry Perry, 146. 

Dickinson, Elizabeth, 174 ; Frances Elizabeth, 174 ; 
Rev. Frederick Binley, 176 ; William Binley, 174; 
Rev. Willoughby Willey, 175. 

Digby, Ann, 70 ; Lady Charlotte Mary, 39 ; Henry, 
Earl, 39; Vice-Admiral Joseph, R.N., 70; Maria 
Anne, 70; Hon"" and Very Rev. William, D.D., 70. 

Dobbyn, Grace, 1,5; William, i, 5. 

DobeU, Elizabeth Mary, 49; Horace, M.D., 49; 
Horatia, 49. 

Dod, Rev. Phihp Hayman, 113, 115. 

Dodd, Mary, 74. 

Dodsworth, Rev. Henry John, 55. 

Dolph, Elizabeth Katherine, 47. 

Doncaster, Alice Anne, 98 ; Harrielte, 98 ; Rev. 
John, B.D., 98; Richard, 98. 

Douglas, Hont"'" Frederick Sylvester North, 119; 
Hon"" Harriet, 119; Helen, Countess of Morton, 
136; Helen Geraldine Maria, Countess of Morton, 
136; Jessie Campbell, 43; Louisa, Lady, 43; 
General Sir Robert Percy, Bt., 43 ; Sholto George 
Watson, Earl of Morton, 136. 

Dowling, Arthur Beresford, II ; Rev. Barre 
Beresford, II ; Catherine Isabella, 11 ; Mary 
Ursula, II. 

Drew, Rev. Andrew Augustus Wild, 147. 

Drinkwater, Elinor Drinkwater, 116; George, 116; 
Mary Wyse, 116; Sir William Leece, 116. 

Drummond, Andrew Mortimer, 40 ; Andrew Robert, 
40 ; Berkeley, 102 ; Charles, 40 ; George, 40 ; 
George Harley, 40 ; Henrietta, 78; Henry Andrew, 
78; Margaret, 40; Maria, 78; Hon"" Marianne, 40. 



188 



nniry, Rev. William, S, 117. 

Uuciit, Ailecn Kathlceji, 172; William Ferguson, 172. 
Ducie, Henry George Francis, Earl of, 160. 
Dugdalo, Hon''''^ Charlotte, 41 ; Dugdale Stratford, 

41 ; Ilon''''= Harriet Ella, 41 ; Henry Charles Geast, 

41 ; John Stratford, 41 ; William Stratford, 41. 
Dullcy, Benjamin, 143 ; Rev. Benjamin, 143 ; Mary 

Elizabeth, 143. 
Dumarcsq, Lieut. -Colonel Henry, 43; I'riscilla 

Isabella Laura, 43. 
Dumergue, Rev. Walter Scot, 30. 
Dumferline, James, Baron, 60. 
Duncan, David, 9. 
Dundas, Elizabeth, Vicountess Melville, 60 ; Henry, 

60; Hon^e Henry, 60; Henry, Vicount Melville, 

60 ; Hon'"'" Montagu, 60 ; Hon'''= Robert, 102 ; 

Robert Saunders, Viscount Melville, 60. 
Dundonald, Louisa Harriet, Countess of, 39; Thomas 

Barnes, Earl of, 39. 
Dunn, Ethel Constance Geraldine, 98; Rev. James 

Salisbury, 54, 55; Margaret Duncan, gS; Richard, 

145; Robert Henry William, 98; .Siliella, 145; 

Lieut. -Colonel Thomas Duncan William, 98; 

Major-General William, 98. 
Dunton, Grace, 6; G. W., 6. 
Durham, Hon''''=and Very Rev. William Digby, D.D. , 

Dean of, 70. 
Durnford, Rev. Richard, 62. 
Dyball, Catherine, 3. 
Dyett, Adeliza Bristowe, 148. 
Dysart, Countess of, 39. 



E 

Eardley, Rev. Stenton, 157. 

Earle, Anne, 127 ; Rev. Charles, 127 ; Eva Mary, 

127; Hardman, 95; Sir Hardman, Bt., 95; 

Harriet Matilda, 95 ; Joseph, 127 ; Mary, Lady, 

95 ; Rev. William, 127. 
Eastcott, Catherine, 3 ; Emily Catharine, 3 ; James 

Crowder, 3 ; Richard Ducke, 3. 
Eccles, Jane, 169; Mary, 156; William, 156, 169. 
Edward VIL, King of England, 10, 12, 36, 169, 177, 

iSl. 
Edwards, Delia Priestley, 158; Henry, 158. 
Eliot, Edward Granville, Earl of St. Germans, 103 ; 

Mary, 114; Lady Louisa Susan Cornwallis, 103; 

Rev. Richard, 114; Lady Susan Caroline, 103; 

William, Earl of St. Germans, 103. 
Eliott, Hon"<^ Anne, 69 ; .Major-General Sir George 

Augustus, Baron Heathiield, 69. 
Ellenborough, Lord, 102. 
Elliott, Anna, 50 ; Rev. Edward King, in; 

Margaret Mary Vere, 50 ; Nicholas Gosselin, 50 ; 

Thomas Gosselin, 50. 
Elms, Harriet, 14. 
Ehvell, Adeline, 47 ; Elizabeth Katherine, 47 ; 

Samuel Bealls, 47. 
Elwyn, Mary Anne, 48 ; Rev. William Maundy 

Harvey, 48. 
Errington, Rev. Roland, 171. 
Erskine, Janet Mary, 173; Jeanie, 173; William, 

M.D., "173. 
Esten, Anne Frederick, 150; Harriet Sybella, 150; 

James Christie Palmer, 150; James Hutchison, 

150; John, 145; Mary, 145. 
Evans, Rev. James Joyce, 140. 
Ewing, Rt. Rev. Alexander, Bishop of Argyll and 

the Isles, iSi. 



Fagan, Rev. Edward Rivaz, 149. 
Fairless, Edward Thomas, 116; Hannah Reed, 116. 
Fairley, Edward, 8 ; Letitia Whitevvay, S ; William 
Cunningham, 8. 



Falder, Adelaide Robina Winifrede Roddam, 1 16; 

Elizabeth Margaret, 117; Elizabeth Scott, 116; 

Hannah Reed, 116; Hannah Reed Laing, 116; 

Jean, 116; Mary Wyse, 116; Robert, 116; Koddam, 

116; see also Roddam. 
Fane, John, Earl of Westmoreland, 132; Lady Maria, 

132. 
Faraker, Charlotte, 115; Clara Maria, 115; Edith 

Constance, 115; Frederick, 115; Robert, 115; Rev. 

Robert, 115. 
Fanjuhar, Mary Blanche, 103 ; Lady Maria Oclavia, 

103 ; Sir Walter Rockliffe, Bt., 103. 
Farrer, Anna, 73 ; William Money, 73. 
Faulconer, Mary, 87-89 ; Robert Stephen, 87-89 ; 

William, 88. 
Fearon, Rev. Daniel Rose, 48 ; Frances Jane, 48 ; 

Mary, 48; Ven"" Williani Andrewes, D.D., 48. 
Feild, Blanche, 157; Thomas Meyrick, 157. 
Fergusson, Sir James, Bt., 103. 
Fetherston, Adeline, Lady, 147 ; Catherine, 147 ; 

Rev. Sir Thomas Francis, Bt. , 147. 
Fice, Anna, 19; Rev. Edwin, 19; Samuel, 19; 

Samuel Edwin, 19. 
Finch, Ann, 105 ; Rev. Dr., 38 ; John, 105 ; Rev. 

Thomas Ross, 159. 
Fisher, Jane, 113. 
FitzGerald, Eliza, 175; Eliza Theresa, 175; Lady 

Olivia Letitia Katherine, 133 ; Thomas CoUey, 

175; William Robert, Duke of Leinster, 133. 
Fitzjohn, Anne, 163 ; Emily Mercy, 163 ; Henry, 

163; Rev. Thomas Lechmere Tudor, 163, 164. 
Fitzwilliam, Charles William, K.G., Earl, 36. 
Flanders, Emma Sarah, 106 ; Frederick Smith, 106 ; 

Shrewsberry, 106. 
Fleck, Frederick, 107; Jeanie Wilkie, 107. 
P'leming, Rev. Canon James, B. D. , 115. 
Fletcher, Charles, 14 ; Harriet, 14 ; Harriette, 14. 
Foard, Isabel Louisa, 166 ; James, 166 ; James 

Thomas, 166. 
Fonnereau, Rev. Charles William, 115; Harriot, 115. 
Forbes, Elizabeth, 60, 102 ; Florence Wyndham, 44 ; 

Admiral the Hon'>'"= John, 102; John, 126; John 

Hay, Lord Medwyn, 60; John Houblon, 61; 

Julia, 44 ; Lachlan, 44 ; Louisa, 60 ; Louisa 

Penuel, 60; Mary Jane, 126. 
Fordham, Elizabeth Mary, 49; George, 49. 
Fortin, Rev. A. L., 162; Rachel, 162. 
Fortzer, Charlotte, 125; George, 125. 
Foster, Aileen Ethel, 41 ; Gcorgina, Lady, 41 ; Sir 

William, Bt., 41 ; William Yorke, 41. 
Fowler, Alfred, 106 ; Catherine Ann, 106 ; Edward 

Seymour, 61 ; Honora Phebe Gertrude, 161 ; 

John, 106. 
Fox, Catherine, 46 ; Frederick, 46. 
France, Frances Emily, 157 ; William Hanmer, 157. 
Francis, Elizabeth Cox, 142; Richard, 142. 
Franks, George, 90; Sarah, 90; Sarah Jane, 90. 
Freeman, Ann, 49 ; Dorothy, 50 ; Edith, 50 ; 

Edmund, 48, 50 ; Rev. Edward Vere, 49, 50 ; 

Elizabeth, 48; Elizabeth Mary, 50; George Broke, 

49 ; George Sydney, 49 ; Honor Henrietta, 50 ; 

Horatia, 49 ; John, 48, 107, 109 ; Rev. John, 48 ; 

Rev. John Major, 107 ; Kenneth John, 50 ; Lucy 

Charlotte, 48 ; Margaret, 48 ; Margaret Mary 

Vere, 50 ; Mary, 48 ; Percy Broke, 50 ; Philip, 48 ; 

Ven'''= Philip, 49 ; Philip Horace, 49 ; Sarah, 107, 

109; William, 49. 
Freese, Colonel John William, 63 ; Letitia Rudyerd 

Ross, 63. 
French,Acheson Jeremy Sidney, 95; Anna, 95; Henry 

Albert de Freyne, Marchese di Castelthomond, 95 ; 

Hilda Marian, 2 ; John, 2 : Winifred, 95. 
Frodsham, Elizabeth, 112; William Bradley, 112. 
Frost, Ellen Matilda, 19; William Stutter, 19. 
Fryer, Hannah, 63; Joseph, 63; Loui.sa (Violet), 63. 
Fu'lcher, Captain, 136; Emily, 136. 
Fuller, Hon''''= Anne, 69 ; Elizabeth Anna, 69 ; 

John Tray ton, 69. 



189 



Gale, Lieut. -General Henry Richmond, 8i ; Margaret 

Elizabeth, 8l. 
Galloway, Elizabeth, 29 ; James, 29 ; Rev. James, 

29 ; Margaret Bridger Goodrich, 29 ; William 

George, 2b, 29, 31, 32. 
Gambler, Thomas, 49. 
Gandy, Gertrude Emma, 45 ; Rev. James Hunter, 

45 ; Marian Jane, 45 ;, William Hunter, 45. 
Gardiner, Rev. Edward Imber, 38. 
Garnett, Rev. Charles, 93. 
Garrett, Rev. Henry Webb, 156. 
Garrick, Rev. Canon James Percy, 165. 
Garritt, Elizabeth, 17 ; Wilham, 17. 
Gater, Alice Sarah, 29 ; Caleb Hammond, 29 ; 

George Henry, 31 ; Margaret, 31 ; Sarah, 29, 31. 
Gavin, Rev. Father, 9. 
Geary, Rev. Henry, 180. 
George, George, 147 ; George Frederick, 147 ; 

Georgiana Sibella, 147 ; Henrietta, 147 ; Henry 

Augustus, 147. 
George II., King of England, 69. 
George III., King of England, 36, 126, 165. 
George IV., King of England, 126. 
Gervaise-Maude, Frances Charlotte, 63 ; Henrietta, 

63 ; John, 63. 
Giberne, George, 180; Isabel, 180; Maria, 180. 
Giffard, Edward, 122; Jane Mary, 122; Rosamond 

Catherine, 122. 
Gill, Rev. J. F. F., 27. 
Gillespie, Sir Robert Rollo, 159. 
Gillies, Annie, 174; William, 174. 
Gilpin, Henry, 75 ; Louisa Maria, 75 ; Norcliffe, 

75- 
Girardot, Rev. Lewis William, 72. 
Glasgow, George, Earl of, 60 ; George Frederick, 

Earl of, 60 ; James, Earl of, 60 ; Julia, Countess 

of, 60 ; Montagu, Countess of, 60. 
Glengall, Richard, Earl of, 83. 
Glenny, Elizabeth Davenport, 175; George, 175. 
Glossop, Rev. G., 26. 
Gliiber, Florian, 72; Margaret Louisa, 72. 
Goddard, Ambrose, 21, 23; Lieut. -Colonel Ambrose 

Ayshford, 21 ; Ambrose Lethbridge, 21 ; Ambrose 

William, 23 ; Rev. Charles Frederick, 2 1 , 23 ; Charles 

Richard, 23 ; Charlotte, 21 ; Dulcie Gwendoline, 

23 ; Edward Hesketh, 23 ; Emnia Caroline, 23 ; 

Eugenia Kathleen, 22; FitzRoy Pleydell, 21, 22; 

Colonel Frederick Fitz-Clarence, 24 ; Hannah 

Lucy, 24 ; Hesketh Pleydell, 23 ; Jessie Dalrymple, 

22; Jessie Dorothea, 21; Jessie Henrietta, 21; 

John Hesketh, 22 ; Julia Margaret, 24 ; Lucy 

Clarissa, 24; Sara Adelaide, 24; Sarah, 21; 

Thomas Henry, 22. 
Godley, Adeline, 147; Colonel William, 147. 
Godman, Caroline, 98; Joseph, 98: Mar)', 98. 
Goldie, Captain Alexander Taubman, R.N., 117; 

Helen Fredericka, 117; Mary, 117. 
Goldsmith, Emma, 137; John, 137. 
Golightly, Rev. Joseph, 170. 
Goodall, Katherine, 6; Nicholas, 6. 
Goodbody, Annie Morris, 116. 
Gooden-Chisholm, Anne Elizabeth, 24 ; Hannah 

Lucy, 24 ; James Chisholm, The Chisholm, 24. 
Goodman, Caroline Sarah, 15; Thomas, 15. 
Goodrich, Agatha Wells, 27 ; Catharine, 27 ; John, 

27 ; Mary, 27 ; William, 27. 
Gordon, Everilda, 179 ; George, Marquis of Huntly, 

135; Very Rev. George, Dean of Lincoln, 26; 

George Tomhne, 26 ; Gilbert, 61 ; Harriet, 26 ; 

Lord Henry, 135; Rev. John, 26; Hon''''' Louisa 

Frances Charlotte, 135 ; Patricia Heron, 61. 
Gurdon-Cumming, Sir Alexander Penrose, Bt., 60; 

Francis Hastings Toone, 41 ; Louisa, 60 ; Mary 

Ada, 41. 
Gough, Rev. Howard England Tunniclifl", 155 : Julia 

Mead, 155; Ralph, 155. 



Could, Captain Davidge, R.N., 5. 

Gowers, Ann, 107 ; Samuel, 107. 

Graham, Fergus J., 161 ; Frances Mary, 161. 

Grant, General Charles, 8; Duncan, 70; Elizabeth 

Charlotte, 8 ; Frances Eliza, 8 ; Frederick John, 

93; Sir Hope, 10; .Mary, 70; Robert, 8. 
Graves, Alice Emma, 170; Rt. Rev. Charles, D.D., 

Bishop of Limerick, 170; Charles Larcom, 170; 

Selina, 170. 
Gray, Rev. Alfred, 179; Essex, 66; William, 17, 66. 
Greathead, Edith Florine, 149 ; James Henry, 149 ; 

Octavius Ernest, 149. 
Green, Charlotte, 65 ; Godfrey Thomas, 1 10 ; Rev. 

John, 63 ; Joseph, 65. 
Greene, Rev. Charles, 164; Ellen Mary, 164; 

Henrietta Eliza, 164. 
Greensill, Eliza, 9; John, 6, 9. 
Greig, Rev. George, 145. 
Grenville, Gertrude jVgnes, 46; Julia Roberta, 46; 

Ralph Neville, 46 ; Robert Neville, 46. 
Gresley, Rev. Nigel, 154. 
Grey, Rev. Alexander Harry, 171 ; Alice Emma, 

170; Anna Sophia, Lady, 169; Charles, 171; 

Charles, Earl, 169 ; Constance Mary, 171 ; 

Sir Edward, Bt., 170; Frances Dorothy, Lady, 

170; Hon*'" and Rev. Francis, 170; George, 

171 ; Sir George, Bt., 169; Captain the Hon"" Sir 

George, Bt., R.N., 169; Lieut. -Colonel George 

Henry, 169; Harriet Jane, 169; Jane, 171; 

Mabel, 171 ; Mary, Lady, 169; William, Earl of 

Stamford, 151. 
Griffiths, Clara Louisa, 1 14 ; Emma, 1 14 ; Frank 

Bartlett Thomas, 119; Helen, 119; Lieut. -Colonel, 

114. 
Gross, Maria Rives, 135; Samuel Davis, 135. 
Grosvenor, Lady Elizabeth, 37 ; Richard, Marquis 

of Westminster, K.G., 37. 
Gurney, Rev. Joseph John, 83. 



H 



Hacker, Eliza, 15; Thomas, 15. 

Hackett, James, I, 5, 52; Katherine, I, 5; Sarah, 

52- 
Hailes, Charles Montague, 4 ; Isobel Marie, 4. 
Haldane-Duncan, Adam, Earl of Camperdown, 61 ; 

Juhana Cavendish, Countess of Camperdown, 61 ; 

Lady Julia Janet Georgina, 61. 
Halk, Sophia, 74. 
Hall, Elizabeth, 142 ; Rev. Frederick, 94 ; Hannah 

Lax, 32 ; Joseph, 32, 142 ; Rev. Joseph, 32 ; 

Mary, 32: Sarah Ann Wilkinson, 142. 
Hamer, Harriet, iiS; Joshua, 118. 
Hamerton, Emily, 8 ; WilUam Henry, 8. 
Hamilton, Adela Louisa, 72 ; Anna, 73 ; Anna 

Christina, 73 ; Archibald George Fuller, 73 ; 

Arthur Shirley, 139; Augusta Christina, 71; 

Augusta Harriet, 69 ( Charles Eliott, 72 ; Cordelia 

Eleanor, 71 ; Elinor Grace, 73; Eliza Euphemia, 

70 ; Elizabeth Anna, 69, 70 ; Ethel Mary, 139 ; 

Euphemia, 69, 71 ; George Frederick, 72 ; 

George Thomas, 72 ; George Trayton Eliott, 69, 

73 ; Helen, 72 ; Henry Francis Trayton, 73 ; 

Henry Rose, 69, 70: James, 71; John, 69, 71, 

72 ; Rev. John, 69-71 ; Julia Helen, 72; Margaret 

Euphemia, 72 ; Margaret Louisa, 72 ; Mary Grace, 

71; Mary Susannah Anne, 69; Reginald George 

Ehott, 73; Susannah Anne, 70. 
Hammond, Agatha, 141 ; Joseph Hutchinson, M.D., 

141. 
Hamond, Caroline, 28 ; Elizabeth, Lady, 28 ; Admiral 

Sir Graham Eden, Bt., 28. 
Hanbury, Isabella, 4 ; J. Capel, 4. 
Hanburv-Tracy, Emily Elizabeth Alicia, Lady 

Sudeley, 133; Hon"" Madeleine Emily Augusta, 

133; Thomas Charles, Baron Sudeley, 133. 



190 



Hand, Ellen Annie, 149; Ellen Julia, 149; Thomas, 

149. 
Handsley, Robert, 94. 
Hannah, Rev. John Julius, 118. 
Hanover, King of, 103; H.R. H. Princess Frederica 

of, 104. 
Harbord, Hon"' and Rev. John, 41 ; Mary Ada, 

41 ; Ralph Assheton, 41. 
Hardcastle, Emily Augusta, 94 ; Mary Augusta, 94 ; 

Thomas, 94. 
Harding, Helen, 119; Samuel Heath, 119; Selina, 

119. 
Hardinge, Lord, 102. 
Hardy, Lieut. -Colonel Jonas Pasley, 6; Katherine, 6; 

Mary, 6; William Samuel, 6. 
Harewood, Henrietta, Countess of, 36 ; Henry, Earl 

of, 36. 
Hargreaves, Ann Jane, 176; Charlotte Anne, 93; 

Eleanor Mary, 93 ; John, 176 ; Colonel John, 93. 
Harington, Rev. Dallas Oldfield, 96. 
Harker, Caroline Sarah, 15; Gertrude Clara, 14, 15; 

John Cooke, 15 ; Sophia Caroline, 15. 
Harness, Sir Henry Dewey, 178; Mary Charlotte, 

178; Rev. William, 135. 
Harper, Henry Roby, 178; Rev. Hugo Daniel, D.D., 

178; Mary Charlotte, 178; Rosa Elizabeth, 178. 
Harris, Eliza Bayfield, 72 ; Elizabeth, 163 ; Helen 

Vidal, 43; John, 43, 105; Captain John, R.N., 72; 

Joseph, 105 ; Mary Ann, 105. 
Harrison, Ann, 137, 139 ; Anna, 25; Charles, 63; 

Frances Matilda, 26; Frederick, 63 ; Harriet, 26; 

Lady Harriet Eliza Danvers, 63 ; Jane, 63 ; Mary, 

26 ; Rachel, 25 ; Robert, 25 ; Rev. Robert, 26 ; 

Sophia Mary, 25 ; Thomas, 25 ; Rev. Thomas, 15, 

25 ; Rev. William Dann, 29. 
Harrop, Caroline Mann, 121 ; Josiah, 121 ; Mary 

Maria, 121. 
Harrowby, Nathaniel, Baron, 169. 
Hartwell, Henrietta, 63. 
Harvey, Bridges, 123 ; George Daniel, 165 ; Harriett, 

165; Rev. William Wigan, B.D., 165. 
Hawley, Augusta Harriet, 69 ; Catherine Elizabeth, 

Lady, 69; Rev. Charles, 70; Sir Henry, Bt., 69; 

Rev. James, 69. 
Hawthorn, Agatha Wells Bridger, 28 ; John, 28 ; 

Robert, 27, 28 ; WilUam, 28, 30, 32. 
Hayman, Kev. E., 161. 
Hayne, Rev. Leighton George, 56. 
Haynes, Rev. Everard Joseph, 158. 
Hazell, Rev. James Henry, 15. 
Heath, Thomas, 153. 
Heathcote, Anne, 163 ; Charles, 163 ; George 

Edensor, 163; John, 163. 
Heathfield, Major-General Sir George Augustus, 

Baron, 69. 
Heber, Emily, 42; Rt. Rev. Reginald, D.D., Bishop 

of Calcutta, 42. 
Heberden, Rev. William, 103. 
Heber-Percy, Alan William, 42; Algernon Charles, 

42 ; Emily, 42 ; Hon'''« Susan Alice, 42. 
Hebert, Rev. Septimus, 114. 
Heidenstam, Ad^le Wilhelmine Marika, 61 ; Chevalier 

Charles von, 61. 
Hely-Hutchinson, Hon''''' Harriet, 119; Colonel the 

Hon'''=Henry, lig; Marianne Christina Isabella, 1 19. 
Hempson, Amis, 19. 
Henley, Rev. C. , 89. 
Hervey, Rev. Manners William, 140. 
Hesketh, Jessie Catherine, 21 ; Thomas, 21 ; Sir 

Thomas Dalrymple, 21. 
Hessey, Rev. Francis, D.C. L., 3. 
Hewitt, Charles, 71; Maria, 71. 
Heygate, Rev. Reginald Thomas, 75. 
Hickman, Rev. Thomas Greene, 19, 20. 
Hill, John, 52 ; Mary, 52 ; General Rowland, 

Viscount, 6; Rt. Rev. Rowley, D. D., Bishop of 

Sodor and Man, 115. 
Hinton, John, II. 



Hitchcock, Arthur, 8; Edward, 8; Emily, 8. 

Hoare, Rev. Edward, 88. 

Hobbs, Harriet, 70; James, 70. 

Hoby, Elise Philippa Salkeld, 107 ; Jeanie Wilkie, 
107; John, 107. 

Hocking, Kev. William John, 2. 

Hodges, Sydney, 87, 88. 

Hodgson, Anne, 121; Rev. Christopher, 65; Ellis 
Leckonby, 156; John Grant, 104; Louisa Eliza, 
104; Mary Ellen, 156; Rose, 104; William, 121. 

HodsoU, Arthur Maxfield Pollock, 53; Caroline, 52; 
Charles Maxfield, 52, 53 ; Charles Wilfred Pollock, 
53 ; George Bertram Pollock, 53 ; Georgiana 
Katharine, 53 ; Georgiana Mary, 53 ; Harold 
Edward Pollock, 53 ; James, 52 ; James Hackett, 
52 ; Julia Henrietta, 52 ; Laura, 52 ; Laura 
Caroline Ethel, 53; Maxfield, 52; Sarah, 52; 
Susanna, 52. 

Holbech, Jane, 96 ; William, 96. 

Holdsworth, Rev. George Kelly, 118; Susan 
Katherine, 118. 

Holgate, John, 90. 

Holland, Anne, 91 ; Rebecca, 91 ; William, 91. 

Holmes, John, 96. 

Hood, Henry Fuller Acland, 24. 

Hook, Rev. Walter Farquhar (afterwards Dean), 28. 

Hooker, Hester, 52. 

Hopper, Arthur Richard, 139; Leonard, 139; 
Mabel Elizabeth, 139. 

Hopton, John Dutton, 41. 

Hopwood, Cecilia, 170; Edward John Gregge, 170. 

Horwitz, Haller, 135; Maria Rives, 135; Orville, 135. 

Howard, Adderley, 141 ; Catharine Penelope, 161 ; 
Catherine Marr, 141; Edith Susan Louisa, 134; 
Lady Fanny, 134; Frederick John, 134; Lady 
Jane Elizabeth, 132 ; John Elliot, 161 ; Louisa, 
161; Margaret Fanny, 134; Mary Jane, 141; 
Thomas, Earl of Suflblk, 132; William Crewdson, 
161 ; William Frederick, 134. 

Howarth, Rev. Henry, 119. 

Howson, Very Rev. John Saul, D.D., 140. 

Hudson, Captain, R.N., 44; Mary, 44, 65. 

Huggins, Rev. Canon, 171 ; Charlotte, 171 ; Mabel, 

Hughes, Elizabeth, 3 ; Emily Adelaide, 77 ; John, 3 ; 
Rev. John, 77 ; Margaret, 48 ; Margaret Frances, 
3 ; Thomas, 93 ; William, 48 ; William Hastings, 77. 

Hulse, Sir Edward, Bt., 36; Mary, 36; Mary, 
Lady, 36 ; Rev. Thomas, 36, 40. 

Humfrey, Edward, 87 ; Martha, 87. 

Hunt, Agnes Amelia, 108 ; Albert Edward, 107 ; 
Ambrose Robert, 107 ; Amelia Turner, 107 ; Ann, 
105; Ann Caroline, 105; Annie Finch, 109; Arthur 
Joseph, 105; Arthur Rust, 105-107; Beatrice 
Frances, 109; Catherine Ann, 106; Christmas, 106; 
Cyril Ernest, 105 ; Dorothy Ann, 109 ; Edmund 
Crisp, 107 ; Edward Gowers, 108 ; Elise Philippa 
Salkeld, 107 ; Eliza Freeman, 109 ; Elizabeth, 105 ; 
Ella Rose, 109; Emily Jane, 106; Emily Maijorie, 
106 ; Emma Sarah, 106 ; Ernest Eleazer Cecil, 
loS ; Ethel, 109 ; Eveline Annie, 105 ; Fanny, 
143; Frederick John, 107 ; George, 105 ; George 
Rust, 107 ; George Watkins, 106 ; Georgiana, 
107; Gertrude Mary, 108; Harriette Mary, 41; 
Helen Anne, 109 ; Herbert Joseph, 106 ; Hilda 
Mary, 105, 107 ; Ida Mary, 106 ; John, 106, 108 ; 
John Dutton, 41 ; John Ernest, 108 ; John Henr)-, 
109; Joseph, 105-107; Joseph George, 106; 
Lucina^ 108 ; Marian, 107 ; Marian Elizabeth, 
109 ; Marion Elizabeth Gertrude, 108 ; Mary, 
108 ; Mary Ann, 105, 107 ; Mysie Lucy, 143 ; 
Percy Wright, 105 ; Rhoda Georgiana, log ; 
Samuel Denny, 106, 107 ; Samuel George, 107 ; 
Samuel Ling, 106 : Sarah, 106, 109 ; Sarah Ann 
Phillis, 105 ; Sarah Elizabeth, 108 ; Thomas, 143 ; 
Thompson, 105 ; William, 105, 106 ; William 
Leonard, 107; William Wright, 105; Winnifred, 
109; Wright, 105-107; Wright Albert, 109. 



lyi 



Hunter, Mary Jane, 126. 

Iluiiliiiglon, Cliurles, 76; Henry Edward, 76; Kev. 

Ilcnryjohn, 76; Louisa Suter, 76. 
Iluntly, George, Marquis of, 135. 
Hurst, Anne, 6; John, 6. 
Hutchison, Anne Frederick, 150; Catherine Reliecca, 

146 ; Frances Lewis, 145 ; Hon'''"' Joseph, 145, 

146, 150; Mary, 145. 
Hutton, Rev. Francis Pierpoint Burton Norman, 114. 
Huxley, Rev. John, 165. 
Hyett, Christian, 62. 

I 

Ibraham Pasha, 149. 

Inchbald, Anna, 25 ; Elias, 25 | Mary, 25 ; William, 25. 

Inglis, James, 48, 49. 

Inman, Elizabeth, 17. 

Ives, Charles Theophilus, 106. 



J 

Jackson, Ada, 143 ; Ada Frances, 139 ; Adderley 
Percy, 141 ; Agatha, 141 j Agatha Strena, 141 ; 
Alice, 140; Allan Russell, 141 ; Ann, 70; Arthur, 
137, 140 ; Rev. Arthur Aubert, 127 ; Arthur 
Macdonald, 139; Caroline Edith, 140; Caroline 
Elizabeth, 142 ; Caroline Jane, 137 ; Caroline 
Mary, 137, 138 ; Catherine Marr, 141 ; Charles 
Ernest, 140; Charles Thomas, 139; Charles 
Willan, 143; Charlotte, 138; Charlotte Jane, 
138; Rev. Corrie, 142, 143; Cyril Hugh, 140; 
Donald Frederick, 139 ; Edward, 137, 139 ; 
Edward Hugh, 137, 138 ; Edward Macdonald 
Caunter, 138; Edward Mackenzie, 140; Edward 
Marshall, 141; Elinor May, 140; Elizabeth, 142; 
Elizabeth Co.x, 142; Elizabeth Mary Jane, 139; 
Elizabeth Nancy Adair, 138, 141 ; Elsie Muriel, 
143 ; Emily, 141 ; Emily Russell, 138 ; Emily 
Weldon, 141 ; Emma, 138 ; Ernest, 141 ; Ethel 
Mary, 139; Evelyn Willan, I42 ; Fanny, 139, 143, 
166; Frances, 139; Frances Emily, 140; Francis, 
'37' '39. I40> 142; Francis Haines Marshall, 140; 
Francis Willan, 142 ; Frederic Howard, 141 ; Rev. 
Frederick, 139, 141 ; Frederick Henry, 141 ; 
George, 166 ; Georgiana Sybella, 137 ; Georgiana 
Sybella Caunter, 13S ; Gwendolen Georgiana 
Mary, 139 ; Harriet, 109 ; Helen Elizabeth, 140 ; 
Rev. Henry, 137, 139 ; Henry Corrie, 143 ; Henry 
Willan, 141; Herbert Eustace Russell, 139; 
Hugh, 137, 138, 140; Hugh James, 141 ; Hugh 
Macdonald Caunter, 138; Hugh Willan, 142; 
Isabel Mary Jane Caunter, 1381 James Birnie, 
141 ; Jane, 137, 140 ; Jeremiah, 138 ; Rev. 
Jeremiah, 137; John Metcalfe, 139; Rev. John 
Russell, 138-140; Joseph Frank, 140 ; Josias, 70; 
Laura, 142 ; Lucie, 141 ; Lucy, 140 ; Lucy Jane, 
140 ; Mabel Elizabeth, 139 ; Margaret, 143 ; 
Margaret Corrie, 143 ; Maria Louisa, 172 ; Marian 
Edith, 138; Mane, 139; Mary, 137; Mary Ann, 
137, 140; Percy, 141; Phyllis Corrie, 143; 
Robert, 140 ; Sophia Jane, 141 ; Spencer, 141 ; 
Susan, 141 ; Sylvia Margaret, 143 ; Thomas 
Jobson, 142 ; Tresa Allan, 141 ; Willan, 143 ; 
Colonel Willan, 142; William, 109, 138; William 
Edward Russell, 139; William Hugh, 143. 

James, Frances Matilda, 26 ; Rev. John Acland, 26 ; 
Rt. Rev. John Thomas, D.D. , Bishop of Calcutta, 
26; Mary, 125; Rev. Thomas, D.D., 26: William, 
125. 

Jamieson, Mary, 116; William, 116. 

Jermyn, George, 123; Harriet, 123. 

Jenney, Edmund, 48. 

Johns, Harriet, 145; W., 145. 

Johnson, Edward, 155; Ellen, 90; Hannah, 155; 
William, 90. 

Johnston, Edward, 95; Harriet Matilda, 95. 



Johnstone, James Raymond, 120; Mary Cecilia, 120. 
Joly, Ernest Thomas Charles, 149 ; Kathleen Sarah 

Lucy, 149; Sophie, 149; Stephen, 149. 
Jones, Agnes Ann, 83 ; Alice Charlotte Matilda, 83 ; 

Alice Josephine, 83 ; AUix Doreen Inigo, 82 ; 

Ann Maria, 81 ; Arthur, 22 ; Caroline Harriet 

Margaret, 82; Charles Collier, 121, 122, 126; 

Christopher Neeld, 83; David, D.D., 108; 

Edward Randall, 126; Rev. Eliazer, 107, 108; 

Elinor Margaret, 83 ; Elizabeth, 3, 108 ; Emma, 

79 ; Eva Adela Mabel Inigo, 82 ; Frederick 

Aneurin, 175; Gladys Agnes Margaret Inigo, 82; 

Harriet, 81 ; Harriet Elizabeth, 82 ; Henry, 81 ; 

Henry Richmond, 81 ; General Henry Richmond, 

81, 82; Henry Kichmund Inigo, 83; Ida, 83; 

Major-General Inigo Richmund, 81-83; Lieut. - 

Colonel Inigo William, 81 ; Rev. Inigo William, 

81 ; Mabel Margaret, 82 ; Margaret Elizabeth, 81 ; 

Mary Frances, 127; Maud Evelyn Inigo, 83; 

Ralph William, 83 ; Rev. Robert, 114; Sarah, 22; 

Sarah Elizabeth, 108; William, 3, 79. 
Jones-Balnie, F'rank Maude Taylor, 127 ; Hannah, 

127. 
Jones- Parry, Dorothea Anne, 112; Ellen Beatrice, 

112; .Sydney Henry, 112. 
Joyce, Emma, 67 ; Rev. Jeremiah, 67. 



K 



Kandy, Bishop of, 141. 

Kaye, Charles, in; Emily Kynersley, III. 

Keep, Joseph, 143 ; Margaret Corrie, 143 ; Peggie, 

143- 
Kelly, Francis Coham, 2 ; Jane, 2 ; Jane Elizabeth, 

2; Rev. Walter, 158. 
Kennedy, Archibald, Marquess of Ailsa, 39 ; Emma 

Andalusia Frere, 39 ; Lord Nigel, 39. 
Kensington, John Farrer, 138; Mary, 138. 
Kersey, William Edward, 105. 
Kershaw, Edmund Newman, 96, 97 ; Fanny, 96 ; 

Mary Anne, 97. 
Ketschendorf, Agatha Josephine Herberta, Baroness, 

164; Carl, Baron von, 164. 
Kimber, Elizabeth, 28; John, 28. 
King, Hon'''= /Elian Armstrong, 141 ; Rt. Rev. 

Edward, D. D. , Bishop of Lincoln, 43; Henrietta, 

141; Lucie, 141; Rev. Templeton, 114. 
King-Harman, Colonel Edward Robert, 120; Emma 

Frances, 120; George Douglas, 120; Hon'''" 

Laurence Harman, 120; Hon'''<^ Mary Cecilia, 120. 
Kingscote, Lieut. -Colonel Robert Nigel Fitzhardinge, 

102. 
Kingston, Harriet Wilson, 2 ; John, 2. 
Kinnaird, Hon'''' Arthur, 61, 133 ; Charles, Baron, 

133; Frances Anna Georgiana, Lady, 133; George 

William Fox, Baron, 133; Olive Letitia Katherine, 

Lady, 133; sec also Rossie, Baron. 
Kirbell, Edward Browne, 68; Harriett, 68. 
Kirby, Rev. William, 48. 
Kirkman, Rev. Joshua, 4. 
Kittoe, George Dominicus, 48 ; Lucy Charlotte, 48 ; 

Robinson, 48. 
KnatchbuU, Wadham, 39. 
Knowles, Emma Lcetitia, 114; Foster, 114; Loui 

Dorothy Scott, 1 14 ; William, 1 14. 



Laing, Elizabeth, 116; Hannah Reed, 116; Robert, 

116. 
Lake, Lord, 10. 

Lambert, Anne Elizabeth, 24; John, 24. 
Lance, Charles Edward, 42 ; Rev. Edwin, 42 ; 

George Edwin, 46 ; Jessie Elizabeth, 46 ; 

Madeline Monica, 42 ; Mary Elizabeth, 42 ; Rev. 

William Henry, 43, 47. 



1 1)2 



Landon, Agnes Mary, 123 ; Colonel Aislabie, 121, 
122; Alexander Charles, 125; Anna, 121, 122; 
Arthur, 125; Arthur Jermyn, 124, 125; Arthur 
John, 125 ; Augusta Mary, 124 ; Beryl, 128 ; 
Caroline, 123; Caroline Adelaide, 126; Caroline 
Mann, 121 ; Caroline Maria, 122, 123 ; Cecil 
Westmore, 124; Cecily, 122; Charles Ginkell, 
121 ; Charles Harcourt, 125, 126; Charles Palmer, 
123; Rev. Charles Richard, 121 ; Charles Richard 
Henry Palmer, 123 ; Charlotte, 125 ; Charlotte 
Elizabeth Bell, 128 ; Cicely Mary, 127 ; Dorothy 
Margaret, 127; Edith, 121; Edith Marion, 125; 
Edward, 125; Edward Carlyle, 125; Edward Guy, 
124; Rev. Edward Henry, 123, 126; Edward 
Palmer, 123, 124, 126; Elizabeth, 124, 125; Ellen, 

124 ; Eva Mary, 127 ; Evelyn Mary, 127 ; Francis 
Newcombe, 121-123, 126 ; Francis Palmer, 124 ; 
Frank, 121, 127; Geoffrey Harcourt, 126; Gladys 
Mary, 124; Godfrey Edward, 127; Rev. Guy, 
127 ; Harcourt Palmer, 128 ; Harcourt Percival, 
125; Harrop, 125; Helen Frances, 128; Henry 
Palmer, 124; Herbert, 128; Herbert John, 128; 
Herbert Kenelm, 124; Hilda Margaret, 126; 
James, 121; James Munro Palmer, 128; Jane 
Mary, 122; Joan, 122; John Palmer, 123, 124; 
John Robert, 128 ; Joseph Herbert Arthur, 127 ; 
Juliana Letitia, 126; Katherine, 121; Katherine 
Maude, 126; Kathleen Anna, 124; Laura, 122; 
Lionel, 127; Louisa, 121 ; Louisa Antoinette, 122; 
Lucian Giffard, 122 ; Margaret Josephine, 124 ; 
Margaret Lstitia, 123 ; Marion, 125 ; Mary, 121, 

125 ; Mary Frances, 127 ; Mary Jane, 126 ; Mary 
Margaret, 128; Mary Rosamond, 124; Nora, 123; 
Norah Rosamond, 124 ; Olive Margaret, 126 ; 
Perceval, 127 ; Philip Aislabie, 122 ; Phyllis Mary, 
127 ; Roger, 126 ; Roger Palmer, 122 ; Ruth 
Mary, 127 ; Sylvanus Luke, 122 ; Victor George 
Palmer, 128; Violet, 128; William Edward, 
125 ; William Harcourt Palmer, 128 ; William 
Mackenzie, 125; Winifred, 123. 

Lane, Sidney Ernald Ralph, 104. 

Lang, Louisa, 43 ; Robert, 43. 

Langford-Sainsbury, Emma Harriott, 97 ; Mary, 97 ; 
Rev. Sainsbury, 97 ; Rev. Thomas Hugh, 97. 

Largham, Henrietta, 21 ; Sir William, 21. 

Langridge, Edward, 88 ; Sarah Ann, 88. 

Langton, Rev. Augustus Wenman, 73 ; Mary, 95 ; 
William, 95. 

Larpent, Rev. George de Hochpied, 26. 

Lascelles, Ellen, 98 ; Lady Emma, 36, 98 ; George 
Reginald, 98 ; Henrietta, Countess of Harewood, 
36 ; Henry, Earl of Harewood, 36 ; Mabel 
Gwendolen, 98 ; Walter Edward, 98 ; Colonel 
Walter Richard, 98. 

Lawley, Hon''''= and Rev. Algernon, 37 ; Beilby 
Richard, Baron Wenlock, 37 ; Hon'''" Constance 
Mary, 37 ;' Elizabeth, Lady Wenlock, 37 ; Hon*"'" 
and Rev. Stephen, 37. 

Leach, Anne, 90. 

Lee, Very Rev. Ussher, Dean of Waterford, 9. 

Legard, James Digby, 118. 

Legge, Hon'''" and Rev. Augustus George, 126; 
Charlotte Anne, 126. 

Leggiat Eliza, 175. 

Leigh, Hont"'" and Rev. Canon, 63 ; Hannah Louisa, 
155; Rev. James, 155; Hon*"'" and Rev. James 
Wentworth, 82; Selina Victoria, 155; Thomas, 155. 

Leinster, William Robert, Duke of, 133. 

Leir, Rev. William Marriatt, 42. 

Leonard, Henry James, M.B., 158. 

Leslie, Rt. Rev. James, D.D., Bishop of Reading, 
96. 

Leslie-Melville, Alexander, Earl of Leven and 
Melville, 40 ; Emma Selina, Countess of Leven 
and Melville, 40 ; John Thornton, Earl of Leven 
and Melville, 40 ; Ronald Ruthven, Earl of Leven 
and Melville, 40; Sophia, Countess of Leven and 
Melville, 40. 



Lethbridge, Jessie Catherine, 21 ; Jessie Dorothea, 

31 ; Sir Thomas Buckler, 21. 
Lethieullieur, Mary, 36 ; Smart, 36. 
Leven and Melville, Alexander, Earl of, 40 ; Emma 

Selina, Countess of, 40 ; John Thornton, Earl of, 

40 ; Ronald Ruthven, Earl of, 40 ; Sophia, Countess 

of, 40. 
Lewis, Christine, 67, 68; Frederick Christian, 67, 68; 

Rev. Henry Christopher, no, in. 
Lichfield and Coventry, Hon'''" and Rt. Rev. Henry 

Ryder, D.D., Bishop of, 169. 
Liddell, Rev. Henry George, 66. 
Light, Rev. William Edward, 166. 
Lillingston, Charles, 115; Charlotte Jane, 115; Rev 

Edward, 115; Eleanor Lucy, 115 ; Rev. Frederick 

Arthur Cecil, 113, 115; Harriot, 115. 
Limerick, Rt. Rev. Charles Graves, D.D., Bishop of, 

170. 
Lincoln, Rt. Rev. Edward King, D.D., Bi-shop of, 

43 ; Very Rev. George Gordon, Dean of, 26. 
Lindsey, Florence, 67 ; Richard Chaloner, 67 ; 

Sophia Sidney, 67. 
Ling, Elizabeth, 105 ; William, 105. 
Lingwood, Anna Elizabeth, 56 ; Elizabeth Anne, 56; 

Henry, 56; Robert Henry, 56. 
Litchfield, Charles, 150; Edwin, 150; Eliza Esten 

Pellowe, 150; Sarah, 150. 
Littledale, Eleanor Mary Anne, 96 ; Rev. Godfrey 

Armytage, 96 ; Henry Anthony, 94, 96 ; Mary 

Elizabeth, 94, 96 ; Violet, 94; Willoughby Aston, 94. 
Liverpool, Robert Banks, Earl of, 10. 
Lockett, Alice Mary, 92 ; Ann, 90, 91 ; Rev. 

Arthur George, 90; Arthur William, 92; Catherine 

Pickett, 90; Edgar Thomas, 90; Edith, 91; 

Elizabeth, 91 ; Elizabeth Darlington, 92 ; Ellen, 

90 ; Emma, 92 ; Ethel Annie, 91 ; Hannah, 90 ; 

Rev. Henry John, 91 ; Herbert Edward, 91 ; Jessie 

Jane, 92 ; John, 90, 91 ; Joseph, 90 ; Katherine 

Pennington, 92 ; Percy Arthur, 91 ; Samuel, 91, 

92 ; Sarah Jane, 90 ; Thomas, 90 ; Thomas 

Herbert, 91 ; Thomas Whitehead, 92 ; Timothy, 

91; Walter Holland, 92; William, 90. 
Longbourne, Charles Ranken Vickerman, 135. 
Longcroft, Mary Jane, 158; Thomas Crawford, 158. 
Lord, Elizabeth, 17 ; John, 17 ; Rebecca, 17 ; Sarah, 17. 
Lowndes, Rev. Charles, 3; Harriett, 2, 10; Harriet 

Wilson, 2; William, 2, 10. 
Lowson, Mary, 26; Newby, 26. 
Loyd, Caroline Gertrude, 23 ; Dulcie Gwendoline, 

23 ; William Jones, 23. 
Luard, Rev. Bixby Garnham, 64 ; Clara Isabella 

Sandford, 64 ; Helen Lucy, 64 ; Rev. Percy, 64. 
Lugard, Sir Edward, 10. 
Lulham, Sarah, 90. 
Luscombe, Catherine, 70 ; Elizabeth Anna, 70 ; 

Randolph Richards, 70 ; Commissary-General 

Thomas Popham, 70. 
Lygon, Frederick, Earl Beauchamp, 103 ; Lady 

Georgiana, 103 ; Henry Beauchamp, Earl 

Beauchamp, 103 ; Susan Caroline, Countess 

Beauchamp, 103. 
Lyndhurst, Lord Chancellor, 62. 
Lyon, Mary Anne, 66 ; Hon'''" Thomas, 66 ; Rev. 

William Hector, 37. 
Lyons, Rev. Canon James, 139. 



M 

Macdonald, Hon'''" Diana Bosville, 94; Godfrey, 

Baron, 94 ; Major-General Godfrey, Baron, 22 ; 

Susan Hussey, 22. 
MacGregor, Helen Laura, Lady, 104 ; Rear-Admiral 

Sir Malcolm, Bt., 104 ; Malvina Charlotte, 104. 
Machin, Elizabeth Susannah, 50 ; Henry Vesey, 50. 
Mackenzie, Elizabeth, 125. 
Mackinnon, Louisa Harriet, 39 ; William Alexander, 

39- 



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MacMahon, Ellen, 148 ; Ernest Edward, 148 ; 

Hrigadier-Gcneral I'atrick William, 148 ; Rosa 

Fetherston, 148. 
Maconochie- Welwood, Alexander, Lord Meadowbank, 

9; Anne, 9; Maria Isabella, 9; Lieut. -Culonel 

William Maximilian George, 9. 
Madras, Bishop of, III. 
Magrath, Joseph Adolphus, 124; Mary Rosamond, 

124; Nony Jane, 124. 
Mair, John, 24; Sara Adelaide, 24. 
Malet, Dr. Christopher Leycesler, 4; Jane Hudson, 4. 
MaUng, Anne, 6; Lieut. -Colonel Thomas J., 6. 
Manders, Caroline, 123 ; Richard, 123. 
Manderson, Ann, 151; WiUiam, 151. 
Mannering, Caroline, 52 ; Rev. Edward, 52 ; Edward 

Hill, 52; Mary, 52; Walter, 52. 
Mari, Manjuis di, 126; Nicoletta Letitia, 126. 
Marks, Catherine Pickett, 90. 
Marriott, Rev. George, 43. 
Marsden, Rev. John Howard, 18 ; William, 

158. 
Marshall, Caroline Jane, 137 : Carolme Mary, 137 ; 
John Goddard, 137; Joseph, 140; Lucy, 140; 
Sarah Maria, 159; Tresa Allan, 141; William, 

159- 
Martin, Amelia Mary 119; Rev. J. C, 147, 148; 

William Bennet, 119. 
Mason, George Calver, 20 ; George Godson, 20 ; 

Harold Percy, 20; Laetitia Maria, 20; Marion 

Edith, 20. 
Masterman, Alethea, 62; Henry, 62. 
Maude, Rev. Arthur, 105, 106 ; Cordelia, 67 ; Rev. 

Thomas, 67. 
Maule, William, Baron Panmure, 61 ; Patricia Heron, 

Lady Panmure, 61. 
Maule-Ramsay, Fox, Baron Panmure, 60, 61 ; 

Montagu, Lady Panmure, 61. 
Maurice, Rev. John Frederick Denison, 3S. 
Maxwell, Hamilton George, 10; Isabella, 10. 
Maydew, Martha, 91. 
Mayhew, John, 89 ; Mary, 89 ; Sarah, 89. 
McAllister, Rev. James Adair, 2. 
McDonnell, Lady Helen Laura, 104 ; Hugh 

Seymour, Earl of Antrim, 104. 
McGrigor, EUzabeth Anna, 70 ; Sir James, Bt. , 70 ; 

Maria Anne, 70 ; Mary, Lady, 70 ; Walter James, 

70. 
McLeod, Agnes Mary, 123; Bentley, 123; Llewellyn 

Wynn, 123 ; Nancy Bentley, 123. 
McNicol, Rev. Alexander, 125; Marion, 125. 
Meade, Hon*"'" and Rev. Sidney, 37. 
Meadowbank, Alexander, Lord, 9. 
Medwyn, John Hay, Lord, 60. 
Mellish, 'Captain, 102 ; Emilie Marie Louise 

Wilhelmina, 102. 
Melville, Elizabeth, Viscountess, 60 ; Henry, 

Viscount, 60 ; Robert, Viscount, 102 ; Robert 

Saunders, Viscount, 60. 
Menzies, John, 60; Mary Anne, 60. 
Merry, Eugenia Kathleen, 22 ; Eugenia Mary, 22 ; 

Thomas Richard, 22. 
Metcalfe, Rev. Charles, 138; Charlotte, 138; Emily 

Russell, 138 ; Rev. George, 138 ; Mar)-, 138 ; 

William, 138; Rev. William Henry, 138. 
Meyer, Emerentia Luise Franciska, 177; Johann 

Valentin, 177. 
Mildred, Daniel, 43 ; Emily, 43 ; Emma Lucy, 43 ; 

Frederick, 43; Henry, 43. 
Mill, Rev. Dr., 49. 
Mills, Catharine Penelope, 153; Rev. Josias Grant, 

80; William, 153. 
Milne, Caroline Harriet Margaret, 82 ; Robert 

Oswald, 82; William Henry, 82. 
Milton, Blanche, Lady, 157; Blanche Matilda Mary 

Anne, 157; Sir John, 157; Rev. William, 157; 

William Charles Wentworth-Fitzwilliam, Viscount, 

36. 
Minchin, Catherine, 97 ; Rev. Harry Holdsworth, 97. 



Minns, Rev. George William Waller, 72. 

Minion, Charles Lee, 154; Julia, 154; Mary 154; 

Thomas, 154. 
Mitchell, Eliza Freeman, log ; George Onion, 107, 

109 ; Mary Ann, 107 ; Rev. Percy Turner, 45 ; 

Sarah, 107, 109. 
Molloy, Hester, I ; Lieutenant, I. 
Molony, Alice, 115; Chartres Brew, 115; Clara 

Penrose, 115; Godfrey Massy, IIS- 
Molyneux, Fanny, Lady, 139; Rev. Sir John Charles, 

Bt., 139; Rev. Canon Sir John William Henry, 

Bt., 139; Louisa Dorothy, Lady, 139. 
Montgomery, Andrew Castle, 71 ; Cordelia Eleanor, 

71 ; Helen Nagle Hill, 71 ; Robert Evans, 71. 
Monypenny, Charlotte Jane, 115 ; Rev. James Isaac, 

"5- 

Moody, Charles, 7 ; Kathenne, 7 ; Margaret, 7 ; 

Thomas, 7. 
Moon, EUzabeth, 112; Mary Elizabeth, 112; Richard, 

112. 
Moor, Rev. Canon Edward James, 65 ; Rev. Gerald 

Henry, 45. 
Moore, William Armitage, 24. 
Mordaunt, Alice, 45 ; Caroline Sophia, Lady, 45 ; 

Sir John, Bt., 45. 
Morell, Magdalen, 74. 
Moreton, Lady Georgina Mary Louisa, 160 ; Henry 

George Francis, Earl of Ducie, 160. 
Morgan, EUzabeth, 174. 
Mornington, Elizabeth, Countess of, 102; WilUam, 

Earl of, 102. 
Morris, James, 9; Margaret, 9. 
Mortimer, George, 63; Hannah, 63. 
Morton, Helen, Countess of, 136; Helen Geraldine 

Maria, Countess of, 136; Sholto George Watson, 

Earl of, 136. 
Moss, Arthur, 64. 
Mount, Ven''i« Archdeacon, 97 ; Christian, 62 ; 

Harriet, 62 ; Jane, 62 ; John, 62 ; Laura Sarah, 

62 ; Margaret Emily, 97 ; Marianne Emily, 97 ; 

William, 62 ; William George, 97. 
Moyle, Isabella Louisa, 161 ; Thomas, M.D., 161. 
Munby, Edward Charles, 162; Edward Mason, 162; 

Rev. George Frederick Woodhouse, 162 ; Rev. 

John Pigott, 120; Rosamond Harriette, 162. 
Munk, Caroline, 52 ; Edward, 52. 
Munn, Rev. George Shaw, 104. 
Munro, Alexander, 40 ; Charlotte Elizabeth Bell, 

128 ; Dora Laidlaw, 128 ; Margaret, 40; Surgeon- 
General WiUiam, 128. 
Murray, Caroline Sophia, 45 ; Rev. Francis, 45 ; 

Rt. Rev. George, Bishop of Rochester, 45. 
Musgrave, Rev. Vernon, 98. 



N 

Nash, Rev. James Palmer, 75. 

Neave, Rev. Henry, 70. 

Neeld, Ann Maria, 81 ; Joseph, 81. 

NeuviUe, Ernestine, 172. 

Neville, Rev. William, 46. 

Newbery, General Francis, 81 ; Margaret EUzabeth, 

81. 
Newland, Rev. Henry Garrett, 138. 
Newnham, CaroUne, 38 ; William, M.D., 38. 
Newton, Lady AUce Laura Sophia, 39 ; Cecilia 

Florence, 39 ; Charlotte, 38, 39 ; Emily Charlotte, 

38 ; George, 38, 39 ; George Douglas Cockrane, 

39 ; George Onslow, 39 ; Mary, 39. 
NichoUs, Sir George, 77 ; Jane, 77. 
Nicholson, Adelaide Robina Winifrede Roddam, 116; 

Annie Morris, 116 ; Edward, 116; Lieut. -Colonel 

James Edward, 116; Jessie Jane, 92; John, 92; 

JohnW., 158; Martha, 92; Sarah Eleanor, 1 58; 

William Henry, 92. 
Niebel, Anna Rosina, 152; Charles Gotdieb, 152. 



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Norbury, Annie, 174; Brewster, 176; Catherine, 
175; Cicely Alice, 175; Eliza Theresa, 175; 
Elizabeth, 174, 176; Elizabeth Davenport, 175; 
Elizabeth Hargreave, 176; Ellen Olive, 174; 
Esther, 174, 176; Fanny Hester, 175; Frances 
Elizabeth, 174; Francis Campbell, 175; Henry, 
174; Hester, 174; James, 176; John, 174, 176; 
John Frederick, 174; Joseph, 176; Margaret 
Louisa, 176; Maria, 176; Mary, 176; I'aul 
FitzGerald, 175; Thomas, 174; Thomas FitzGerald, 
175; Thomas William, 175; Willoughby, 174, 176; 
Willoughby FitzGerald, 175. 

Norman, Emma, 38 ; Gertrude, 38 ; John Frederick, 
38. 

North, Rev. James, 95. 

Northbrook, Thomas George, Earl of, 169. 

Northcote, Hon'''" and Rev. John Stafford, l8r. 

Norton, Mary, 108; Thomas, 108. 

Nott, George Francis, 147. 



O 

Oak, Elizabeth Boys, 148 ; Emily Georgina, 148 ; 

WiUiam Coventry, 148. 
Oakley, Rev. Charles Edward, 160; Evelyn, 160; 

Lady Georgina Mary Louisa, 160. 
O'Brien, Smith, 169. 
Ogiivy, Rev. Charles William Norman, 132 ; Hon'''"' 

Emily Priscilla Maria, 132 ; Lady Jane Elizabeth, 

132; Sir John, Bt., 132; Hon'''"' Mrs. Norman, 134. 
Onslow, Charlotte, 38, 39 ; General Denzil, 38, 39. 
Ormerod, Charlotte Anne, 93 ; Lawrence, 93. 
Orred, Edith Grace, 37 ; George, 37 ; George 

Stanley, 37 ; Matilda, 37. 
Osbaldeston, Humphrey Brooke, 25. 
Ouvry, Harriet Delamain, 77 ; Jane, 77 ; Rev. Peter 

Thomas, 77. 
Owens, Francis, 7 ; Harriet, 7 ; Margaret, 7. 



Paddon, Hannah, 55. 

Page, Charles Augustus, 115; Clara Maria, 115; 

Jane, 62; William, 62. 
Paget, Rev. Henry Luke, 24. 
Paine, Alice Elizabeth, 38 ; Caroline, 38 ; John 

Mainwaring, 38. 
Palmer, Anna, 121; Philip, 121. 
Panmure, Fox, Baron, 60, 61 ; Montagu, Lady, 61 ; 

Patricia Heron, Lady, 61 ; William, Baron, 61. 
Parbury, Charles, 172; Helen, 173; Maria Louisa, 172. 
Parker, Anne, 148 ; Rev. Henry, 148 ; Sir Hyde, 5 ; 

Rev. Julius Foster Dyke, 148 ; Katherine, 82 ; 

Maude Eliza, 148 ; Samuel, 82. 
Parr, Rev. Robert Henning, 119; Thomas, 10. 
Patchett, Agatha Josephine Herberta, 164 ; Annie 

Wylie, 164 ; Constance Eleanor Margaret Lydia, 

164; EHzabeth, 163, 164; Ellen Mary, 164; Emily 

Mercy, 163; Frederick George, 164; Hugh 

Gordon, 164; Kate Arabella, 163; Mercy Emily, 

163 ; Reginald Gordon, 164 ; Richard, 163 ; 

Septimus, 163 ; William, 163 ; Lieut. -Colonel 

William Gordon, 163, 164. 
Paxton, Emma Lstitia, 114; William, 114. 
Payne, Joseph, 14. 
Peacock, Christine, 67, 68 ; Frederick, 68 ! Frederick 

Barnes, 67, 68; Laura, 68; Millicent Alice, 67. 
Pearce, Anne, 114; Edward, 114; Mary, 114; 

William, 114. 
Pearse, Alice, 83 ; Rev. Beauchamp Kerr, 72; Brice,- 

43 ; Emily, 43 ; Rev. George, 83. 
Pearson, Catherine, 175; Lieut. -Colonel Charles, 

169; Harriet Jane, 169; James, 175, 176; Jane, 

169; Martha, "175; Nathaniel, 175; William, 48. 
Pellowe, James, 145 ; Sibella, 145. 
Pender, Captain Francis, R.N., 147. 



Penington, Judge E., 6; Isabella, 6. 

Pennell, Elizabeth, 7, 9 ; Frederick, 7, 9 ; Harriet, 
7, 9; Lovell, 124; Nony Jane, 124; Rosamond 
Catherine, 122; Spencer Perceval, 9; William, 
122 ; Consul-General William, 7. 

Pennyman, James Worsley, 118. 

Penrose, Betty, 113 ; Rev. John, 1 1 3. 

Pentland, Florence, 67 ; George Henry, 67. 

Perceval, Hon'''"' and Rev. Arthur Philip, 126; 
Caroline Adelaide, 126 ; Hon''''' Charlotte Anne, 
126. 

Perceval-Clark, Alice Margaret, 74 ; Alice Margaret 
Perceval, 74 ; Evelyn Perceval, 74 ; Louise 
Perceval, 74 ; Mildred Perceval, 74 j Muriel 
Perceval, 75; Perceval, 74, 75. 

Peterborough, Bishop of, 171. 

Phelips, Charles, 37 ; Caroline Mary, 37. 

Philips, Sir George Richard, Bt., 6r ; Juliana 
Cavendish, 61. 

Phillimore, Elizabeth, 23 ; Emma Caroline, 23 ; 
Rev. Greville, 23 ; Joseph, 23 ; Walter George 
Frank, 23. 

Phillips, Adeline Elizabeth, 147 ; Adeliza Bristowe, 
148; Alfred Goldney, 151; Amy, 147; Anna 
Rosina, 152; Arthur Alfred, 148; Blanche Duval, 
149 ; Catherine, 147 ; Catherine Anne, 147 ; 
Charles Hutchison, 148; Charles Truscott, 152; 
Charles Vix Douglas, 149 ; Claud Hutchison, 152 ; 
Constance Alice, 149 ; Cyril Alfred, 149 ; Daisy 
Frances, 150; Dorothy Margaret, 148; Douglas, 
150; Edith Florine, 149; Elfrida Victoria Pellowe, 
152 ; Eliza Esten Pellowe, 150; Ellen Annie, 149; 
Emily, 145 ; Emily Georgina, 148 ; Emily May, 
150; Emily Rowland, 145; Florence Edith, 149; 
Frances Hastings, 146 ; Frances Hutchison, 152 ; 
Frances Lewis, 145 ; Frances Margaret, 147 ; 
Frank Truscott, 150; Frederick Hervey Bathurst, 
145, 147; Rev. Frederick Parr, 70; George 
Douglas, 148; Lieut. -Colonel George Hutchison, 
148; George Lionel Esten, 152; George Percy 
Achilles, 149; Georgina Constance, 150; Gilbert, 
147; Hannah, 146; Harriet Sybella, 150; Harriette 
Hervey, 152; Henrietta, 147; Henry Wyndham, 
118; Herbert Cecil, 148; Johanna, 147; John 
Boys, 152; Kathleen Sarah Lucy, 149; Laura, 
145; Lilian Louise, 152; Rev. Lionel Fremantle, 
152; Margaret Edith Douglas, 150; Mary Rose, 
150; Maude Eliza, 148; Minnie, 149; Nellie, 
148; Norman Arthur, 149; Norman Routh, 151 ; 
Rosa Fetherston, 148 ; Selina Louisa Laurence, 
151; Sibella, 145; Sibella Pellowe, 146; Sophia, 
169; Susan Ehzabeth, 118; Susan Katherine, 118; 
Thomas, 145 ; Thomas Frederick, 147 ; Thomas 
John, 145 ; Thomas March, 169 ; Rear- Admiral 
Thomas Tyacke, R.N., 149; Thomas William, 
151 ; Violet Oak, 151. 

Philpot, John, 123; John Gold, 123; Winifred, 123. 

Philpott, Rt. Rev. Henry, D.D., Bishop of Worcester, 
156. 

Pickard-Cambridge, Rev. H., 171; Henrietta, 171. 

Pierce, Richard, 10; Sophia Sarah Jane, 10. 

Pigott, Emma, 93; William, 93. 

Pitman, Rev. Thomas, 134. 

Podmore, Elizabeth, 178; Jane Soale, 178; Robert, 
178; Rev. Thompson, 178, 180. 

Pole-Carew, Rev. Gerald, 151. 

Pollock, Sir David, 53; Rev. Dr., 116; George 
Kennet, 53 ; Georgiana Mary, 53 ; Julia, 53. 

Pomeroy, Selina, 119. 

Ponsonby, Alice Barbara Maria, 132 ; Anthony 
Ashley Webb, 134 ; Hon''''' Ashley George John, 
'32, 13s; Ashley William Neville, 136; Barbara, 
Lady De Mauley, 132; Charles Edward, 136; 
Charles Frederick Ashley Cooper, Baron De 
Mauley, 132; Claude Ashley Charles, 135; Diana 
Helen, 136; Hon'''' Diana Isabel Maria, 136; 
Hon'""' Edwin Chades William, 136; Hon'''= 
Emily Dora, 136; Hon'''= Emily Priscilla Maria, 



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132; Eric Ashley Claude, 135; Lady Ethel 
Jcjmima, 103 ; Eustace Ashley William, 135 ; 
Evelyn Margaret, 134; Florence, 135; IIon'''<= 
Frances Anna Georgiana, 133 ; Frederick, Earl of 
Bessborough, 132; Sir Frederick Cavendish, 132; 
Hon'''" Frederick John William, 134; George, 
133; Gerald Maurice, 133; llaller, 135; Harold 
Ashley Curzon, 135 ; Hon'^'*' Helen Geraldine 
Maria, 136 ; Henrietta Frances, Countess of 
Bessborough, 132, 134; Henry Frederick, 132; 
Henry William George, 134 ; Hubert William, 
■33 ; John William, Earl of Bessborough, 132 ; 
lion''''' Louisa Frances Charlotte, 135 ; Hon'''* 
Madeleine Emily Augusta, 133; Hon'''" Margaret 
Fanny, 134 ; Alaria, Countess of Bessborough, 
132 ; Maria Jane Elizabeth, Lady De Mauley, 132, 
135; Hon'J'o Mary Alice, 135; Mary Fanny 
Louisa, 134; Maurice George Jesser, 136; Hon'''* 
and Rev. Canon Maurice John George, 133, 134, 
136; Moira Blanche May Diana, 135; Louisa Susan 
Cornwallis, Countess of Bessborough, 103; Victor 
Coope, 136; Hon'''"-' and Rev. Walter, 136; Rev. 
Walter William Brabazon, Earl of Bessborough, 
19, 103 ; William Ashley Webb, Baron De 
Mauley, 132 ; William Francis Spencer, Baron 
De Mauley, 132. 
Porcher, Josias du Pre, 42 ; Madeline Monica, 42. 
Portarlington, Emma Andalusia Frere, Countess of, 

39! George Lionel Henry Seymour, Earl of, 39. 
Portman, Adeline, 47; Aileen Ethel, 41; Rev. Alan 
Berkeley, 45 ; Ahce, 40 ; Hont"'* Alice, 45 ; Alice 
Elizabeth, 38 ; Alma Beatrice, 47 ; Anne, 36 ; 
Arthur Fitzhardinge Berkeley, 38, 39, 47 ; 
Colonel Augustus Berkeley, 40 ; Berkeley, 43 ; 
Blanche Ethel, 38 ; Hon''''! Caroline Ella, 37 ; 
Carrie, 46 ; Cecil Berkeley, 44 ; Cicely Joan, 38 ; 
Hon'''" Claude Berkeley, 41 ; Constance, 36, 44 ; 
Hon'''" Constance, 44 ; Irion'''"' Constance Mary, 
37 ; Hon'''"' Dorothy Marie Isolde, 43 ; Edith 
Grace, 37 ; Edward, Baron, 36 ; Edward Berkeley, 
36 ; Edward Berkeley, Viscount, 36, 42 ; Edward 
Claude Berkeley, 41 ; Hon'''"' Edward William 
Berkeley, 37 ; Hon'''"= Edwin Berkeley, 37 ; Emily 
Charlotte, 38 ; Hon'''"' Emma Andalusia Frere, 
39 ; Emma, Lady, 36 : Emma Lucy, 43 ; Hon'''* 
Emma Selina, 40 ; Ethel, 45 ; Hon'''"' Evelyn 
Harriet Lavinia, 42, 43 ; Hon^'* and Rev. 
Fitzhardinge Berkeley, 37-39, 42, 43 ; Florence 
Wyndham, 44 ; Hon'''* Frances Anne, 42 ; 
Frances Blanche, 45 ; Frances Catherine, 46 ; 
Hon'''* Frances Maud, 42 ; Francis John, 46 ; 
Frederick Arthur Berkeley, 38 ; Frederick William 
Berkeley, 41 ; Georgiana Isabella, 40 ; Gerald 
Berkeley, 46: Hon'''* Gerald Berkeley, 43 ; Gerald 
William Berkeley, 43 ; Geraldine Blanche, 42 ; 
Gertrude, 38 ; Gertrude Agnes, 46 ; Gertrude 
Emma, 45; Guinivere, 41 ; Guy Maurice Berkeley, 
44 ; Hon*"'* Harriet Ella, 41 ; Hon'''* Harriet 
Emily Cavendish, 37 ; Hon'"'* Harriette Mary, 41 ; 
Helen Cavendish, 40 ; Hon'''* Helen Vidal, 43 ; 
Hon'''* Henry Berkeley, 36, 39 ; Rev. Henry 
Fitzhardinge Berkeley, 37, 38, 42, 43, 45 ; Henry 
William, 36 ; Hon'"'* Henry William Berkeley, 37, 
43 ; Isabel Grace, 38 ; Jessie Campbell, 43 ; Jessie 
Elizabeth, 46; Joan, 41; Jocelyn, 41; John 
Fitzhardinge Berkeley, 46 ; Katherine Ella, 44 ; 
Lionel, 46 ; Honi^'* Louisa Mary, 44 ; Lucy, 36 ; 
Hon'''* Lucy Ella, 39 ; Hon'''* Lucy Mabella, 39 ; 
Mabel Georgina, 47 ; Jlon'"'* Marianne, 40 ; Mary, 
36, 39, 44; Hon'''* Mary Ada, 41 ; Mary Elizabeth, 
42 ; Mary Frances Lovett, 40 ; Hon'''* Mary 
Isabel, 44 ; Mary Selina Charlotte, Viscountess, 
36 ; Hon'''* Maurice Berkeley, 42, 43 ; Maurice 
Percy Berkeley, 43 ; Maurice Vidal, 44 ; Maurice 
William, 44 ; Montagu Berkeley, 46 ; PhiUp 
Neville Berkeley, 47 ; Reginald Fitzhardinge 
Berkeley, 46 ; Sarah, 40 ; Hon*"'* Sarah, 
38 ; Selina Lusia, 39 ; Seymour Berkeley, 40 ; 



Hon'''* Seymour Berkeley, 42 ; Hon'''* Susan Alice, 
42 ; Sylvia (jrace, 41 ; Violet Guendolen, 37 ; Hon'''* 
and Rev. Walter Berkeley, 39, 44, 45 ; Waller 
(jeorge Berkeley, 38 ; William Aubrey I'it/.hardinge 
Berkeley, 42; Hon'''* William Henry, 44; William 
Henry Berkeley, Viscount, 36; Wyndham Berkeley, 
38; Hon'''* Captain Wyndham Berkeley, R.N., 
38- 

Portman-Dalton, Georgiana Isabella, 40 ; Seymour 
Berkeley, 40. 

Pottle, Sarah Hannah, 91 ; William Henry, 91. 

Powell, Rev. James Baden, 104. 

Power, Aileen Kathleen, 172 ; Ernestine, 172 ; 
Maurice, 172. 

Pretoria, Rt. Rev. Henry Brougham Bousfield, 
Bishop of, 167. 

Price, Charles, 52 ; George Roberts, 6 ; Rev. James, 
87 ; Jane, 113 ; Jane Dod, 113 ; John Roberts, 6; 
Lucinda, 7 ; Mary, 6 ; Rosamond, 7 ; William, 
6, 7, 113; Rev. William James, 156; Rev. 
William John, 2, 7, 10. 

Priohard, Charles .\rthur, 112; Dorothea Anne, 112. 

Pringle, Sir John, Bt., 113. 

Prinsep, Sarah, 153; Thomas, 153. 

Prothero, Rev. Canon George, 28, 31 ; Rowland 
Edmund, 32. 

Pugh, Rev. H., 87. 

PuUein, Rev. John, 94. 

Purdon, Emily Augusta, 94; Rev. William, 94. 

P)'ne, Hester, 7; Thomas, M.D., 7. 



Quebec, Bishop of, 167. 



R 



Rae, William Thomas Samuel, 75. 

Raglan, Emily Harriet, Lady, 102 ; Ethel Jemima, 

Lady, 103 ; Field- Marshal FitzRoy James Henry, 

Baron, 102 ; Colonel George FitzRoy Henry, Baron, 

103, 104 ; Georgiana, Lady, 103 ; Mary Blanche, 

Lady, 103 ; Richard Henry FitzRoy, Baron, 

103. 
Raikes, Arthur Hamilton, 70 ; Eliza Euphemia, 70 ; 

Rev. Francis, 165 ; Rev. Frederick Thornton, 70 ; 

Harriet, 70 ; Jane, 70, 167 ; Louisa Jane, 167 ; 

Richard Mee, 70, 167. 
Ramsay, George Dalhousie, 61 ; James Andrew, Earl 

of Dalhousie, 61. 
Randall, Eleanor, 67 ; Emma, 67 ; James, 67 ; Rev. 

John Montagu, 67 ; Juliana Harriet, 67. 
Randolph, Frances, 71; Rev. James, 71. 
Ransford, Rev. Robert Bolton, 9. 
Ransome, Jane, 65 ; Robert, 65. 
Ratford, Rev. Isaac Herbert, 70. 
Rawlins, Charles, 174; Ellen Olive, 174. 
Rawson, Christopher, 167 ; Ellen Frances, 167 ; 

Frances Emily, 167. 
Ray, Jane, 177; John, 177. 
Rajmer, Edward, 17; Elizabeth, 17; John, 17; 

Sarah, 17. 
Reade, Ann, 90; Joseph, 90; Sarah, 90. 
Reading, Rt. Rev. James Leslie, D. D. , Bishop of, 96. 
Redfern, Abraham, 87 ; Anne, 87 ; Mary, 87. 
Rees, Frances, 55 ; Hannah, 55 : William, 55. 
Rekowski, Agatha Josephine Herberta, Baroness, 

164 ; Berthold, Baron Gynz von, 164 ; Josephine 

Fischer, Baroness, 164. 
Rennie, David, 60; Elizabeth, 60. 
Rice, Richard, 19; William, 19. 
Richards, Alice Margaret, 74 ; William, 74 ; Sir 

W^illiam, 10. 
Richardson, Caroline Leah, 173; Mary King, 173; 

William, 1 73. 



196 



Riclics, Ernest Robert, 109 ; Harriet, 109 ; Marian 

Elizaljeth, 109 ; Robert, 109. 
Rickctts, Frances Isabella, 2, 10 ; George Poyntz, 2, 

10 ; Sophia Sarah Jane, 10. 
Rider, Joseph, 25 ; Mary, 25. 

Roach, Elizabeth, 18; James, 18; Leonard, 18. 

Roberts, Abraham, 2, 6 ; General Sir Abraham, 2, 
10; Abraham Francis, I, 3, 5; Lady Ada 
Edwina Stewart, 13 ; Adah Felicitas, 9 ; Lady 
Aileen Mary, 13; Albinus, 88; Alice, 4; Alice 
Dorothea, 5 ; Anna Grace, i ; Anna Maria, I, S ; 
Anne, l, 6; Ann M., 6; Annie, 9; Ann 
Sophia, 4 ; Arthur, 2, 3, II; Arthur Francis 
Lowndes, 3 ; Augustus Henry, 3 ; Benjamin, 7, 

1 1 ; Betsy, 8 ; Catherine Anna, 8 ; Catherine 
Isabella, 1 1 ; Clara Fannie Adelaide, 4 ; Rev. 
Edward, 162 ; Eliza, 9 ; Elizabeth, 6, 7, 9 ; 
Elizabeth Anne, 56 ; Ellen, 8 ; Emily, 6, 8 ; Emily 
Catharine, 3; Eveleen Sautelle, 13; Evelyn 
Clara, 4 ; Flora Augusta, 7 ; Frances, 1 1 ; Frances 
Dorothea Lowndes, 3 ; Frances Eliza, 8 ; Frances 
Isabella, 2, 10 ; Frances Sophia, 8 ; Frederick, 
II ; Frederick Arthur, 8, 9 ; Frederick Henry, 13 ; 
Hon'''"' Frederick Hugh Sherston, 13 ; Frederick 
James, 4 ; Field-Marshal Sir Frederick Sleigh, 
K.G., Earl, 12, 13 ; Frederick William Sautelle, 9; 
George Alcock, 4 ; George Grant, 1 1 ; Major- 
General George Ricketts, 2, 10 ; Gerald, 5 ; 
Gladys Margaret, 3; Grace, I, 5, 6; Harriet, 2, 
7, 9, 10; Harriet Mercer, 13; Harriett Amy 
Lowndes, 1 1 ; Harriett Silver, 3 ; Harvey, 88 ; 
Henry, 8; Henry Paget, 11; Herbert, 5, 88; 
Herbert Hodder, 95; Hester, i, 7; Hilda, 95; 
Hilda Frances, 4 ; Hilda Marian, 2 ; Colonel 
Hodder, 95 ; Isabella, 4, 6, 10 ; Isobel Marie, 4 ; 
James, 7; James G. , 6; James Hackett, 4, 7; 
Jane, 95 ; Jane Elizabeth, 2 ; Jane Hudson, 4 ; 
John, I, 5, 6 ; Rev. John, 1,9; John Uobbyn, 4 ; 
John Heriot, 4 ; John Leycester, 4 ; John Pelham, 
88 ; John Symes, 4 ; John William, i ; Katherine, 
I, 5-7, 9; Lavinia Elizabeth, I; Leah, 88; 
Letitia, 6 ; Letitia Whiteway, 8 ; Margaret 
Frances, 3 ; Maria Isabella, 9 ; Martha Symes, 4 ; 
Mary, 3, 4, 9; Mary Anne, 88; Mary fcllizabeth, 3; 
Mary Susanna, i ; Matilda, 6 ; Michael, 7 ; 
Mordaunt, 8; Nora Frederica, 13; Norah 
Henrietta, Countess, 12 ; Pembroke, 2 ; Percy 
Heriot, 4; Rosamond, 7, li ; Samuel, i, 3-5; 
Captain Sir Samuel, R. N., 11 ; Samuel Thomas, 4; 
Sarah Ann, 88 ; Thomas, 2, lo, 11; Captain 
Thomas, R. N. , i, 5; Thomas Clarence, 2; Thomas 
H. G., 6, It ; Thomas Sautelle, 6 ; Victor 
George, 2 ; Violet Kathleen, 5 ; Walter, 3 ; 
William, I, 5, 6, 8; William Brittain, I, 2; William 
Thomas, 8. 

Robinson, Amy, 147 ; Catherine, 70 ; Charles 

Francis, 62 ; Major-General Charles Gilbert, 92 ; 

Francis Barlow, 62, 66; Harriet, 62; J., 147; 

Juliana, 66 ; Katherine Pennington, 92 ; Marian 

Jane, 45 ; Marmaduke, 62, 66 ; Mina Elizabeth, 

92; Rev. Prebendary, 45 ; Rev. W. , 45; William, 

70; Rev. William, 158. 
Rochester, Rt. Rev. George Murray, D.D. , Bishop 

of, 45- 
Roddam, Elizabeth, 116; Helen Fredericka, 117; 

Helen Mary Goldie, 117; Joseph, 116; Olive 

Margaret Rickman, 117; Admiral Robert, 116; 

Robert Collingwood, 117; Roddam John, 116, 

117; William, 116; see also Falder. 
Roe, Caroline, 123; Henry, 123; Rev. Robert James, 

123. 
Rogers, Rev. George Albert, 15. 
Ronaldson, Margaret, 109; Richard, 109. 
Ross, Anna, 50 ; Major-General, 1 1 ; Captain Sir 

Thomas, R.N., 50. 
Rossie, Frances Anna Georgiana, Lady, 133 ; 

George William Fox, Baron, 133; j't'e a/ro Kinnaird, 

Baron. 



Round, Cecilia Katherine, 64 ; Charles, 65 ; Charles 
Gray, 65 ; Charlotte, 65 ; Douglass, G4 ; Helen 
Lucy, 64 ; Rev. James Thomas, 64, 65 ; Louisa, 
64, 65. 

Rowland, Emily, 145 ; Harriet, 145 ; John, 145. 

Rudd, Rev. James, 155. 

Russell, Jane, 151 ; John, 151 ; Julia Roberta, 46; 
Sir Robert Frankland, Ht., 46. 

Ryder, Anna Sophia, 169 ; Hon''''= and Rl. Rev. 
Henry, D. D. , Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, 
169; Nathaniel, Baron Ilarrowby, 169; Hon"" 
Sophia, 169. 

Ryland, Rev. IL, 12. 



Sadler, Anne, 156; James, 156. 

St. Albans, Rt. Rev. Thomas Legh Claughton, D.D. , 

Bishop of, 136; William, Duke of, 22. 
St. Germans, Edward Granville, Earl of, 103 ; 

WiUiam, Earl of, 103. 
Salisbury, Anne Caroline, 39; Thomas, 39. 
Samson, Alice, 140; Henry, 140. 
Sandys, Rev. Abraham, i ; Anne, i. 
Sanford, Charlotte, 21 ; Edward Ayshford, 21 ; Rev. 

Edward Ayshford, 22; Henrietta, 21. 
Saurin, Caroline Mary Anne Elizabeth, 158; Ven'''" 

James, 158. 
Sautelle, Francis, I; Mary Susanna, I. 
.Savory, Rev. Borradaile, 141. 
Sawtell, George Henry, 37. 
Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, H.R. H. Grand Duke Ernest 

of, 164. 
Scarth, Rev. A. C, 167. 
Scott, Annie Finch, 109; David, 109; Emma, 114; 

Lieut. -Colonel Hugh Maurice, 114; Rev. J. 

Thomas, 17; Jean 116; Rev. Canon John, 140; 

Margaret, 109; Robert, 116. 
Sealy, Rev. Sparks Bellett, 15. 

Sebright, Henrietta, 36 ; Sir John Saunders, Bt., 36. 
Seer, Daniel 149; Edith Hester, 149. 
Semple, Edith Hester, 149 ; Frederick, 149 ; 

Minnie, 149. 
Senior, Anna Eliza Frances, 77 ; Rev. John Raven, 77. 
Sewell, Rev. Henry, 115. 
Sexton, Ellen Maria, 19 ; Ellen Matilda 19 ; George 

Mumford, 19 ; Kate, 55. 
Shaftesbury, Anthony, Earl of, 132; Barbara, 

Countess of, 132. 
Shamian, Hereward Reid, 143 ; Mary Elizabeth, 

143 ; Matthew Reid, 143 ; Sylvia Margaret, 143. 
Sharpe, Sarah, 150; Thom;is Paget, 150. 
Sharrack, Martha, 92. 
Shaw, Catherine Elizabeth, 69 ; Sir John Gregory, 

Bt., 69. 
Shaw-Brooke, Rev. John Kenward, 69. 
Shawe, Augustus Willi.am, 166: Isabel Louisa, 166. 
Shedden, Agatha Wells, 27 ; Agatha Wells Bridger, 

28 ; Alice Katharine Beatrix, 28 ; Alice Sarah, 29 ; 

Beatrix, 29 ; Caroline, 28 ; Catharine Goodrich, 

27 ; Charlotte Joanna, 30 ; Charlotte Louisa 
Jessie, 28 ; Constance Evelyn, 29 ; Edward Claude, 

28 ; Rev. Edward Cole, 29, 30, 32 ; George, 27, 

29, 30; George Eden Graham, 31; Graham Eden, 

30, 31; Graham Percival, 29; Harold Roscow 
Graham, 31 ; John Goodrich, 27 ; Lavinia, 31 ; 
Louisa, 30; Margaret, 31; Margaret Bridger 
Goodrich, 29 ; Mary, 27, 32 ; Mary Constance, 
31; Mary Eleanor Goodrich, 29; Mary George, 
29 ; Octavia, 32 ; Robert, 27 ; Robert Good- 
rich, 27 ; Robert John, 29 ; Roscow Cole, 29, 30 ; 
Roscow George, 28 ; Roscow James, 30 ; 
William George, 27-29. 

Sheffield, Dorothy Marie Isolde, 43 ; Priscilla Isabella 

Laura, Lady, 43; Sir Robert, I3t., 43. 
Sheldrick, EUza, 15 ; Eliza Louisa Emma, 15; John, 

IS- 
Sheppard, Rev. Edgar, D.D., 23, 39. 



197 



Sherston, John Davis, lo. 

Shield, Kannyjane, 113; Mary, 113; William, 113. 
Shiell, John, 61. 

Sil'thorp, Rev. Henry James, 127. 
Sieveking, Albert Forbes, 179! Alexander Edward, 
181; Alfred Robert, 1791 Ann, 178; Anna 
Josephine Adeline, 179; Arthur Gustavus, 178; 
Caroline Louise, 177 ; Edward Gustavus, 180 ; 
Edward Henry, 177; Sir Edward Henry, M.D., 
177; Elinor Beatrice, 180; Elizabeth, 178; Ella, 
i8i ; Emerentia Louise Franciska, 177; Emmeline 
Wood, 181 ; Florence Amelia, 180 ; Frederick 
Seal, 178 ; Geoffrey Edward, 180 ; Gustavus 
Adolphus, 177, 178; Heinrich Christian, 177; 
Henry Droop, 179; Henry Edward, 177; Herbert 
Edward, 177; Hermann Alfred, 178; Isabel, 180; 
Jane, Lady, 177; Lancelot Giberne, 180; 
Laurence Ray, 177 ; Louisa Jane, 178 ; Louisa 
Marie, 179; Margaret Julia, 179; Margaret 
Eleanor Campbell, 179 ; Marie Rosa Harriette, 
179; Peter Nicolaus, 177; Rosa Elizabeth, 178; 
Valentine Edgar, 180. 
Simmons, Captain Chestney, R.N., 165, 168; Julia 

F'rances Stanley, 168. 
Simpson, Anthony, 54; Elizabeth, 54; Mary, 117; 
Rachel, 25; Ralph, 54; Richard, 117; Rev. 
Samuel, 114; Thomas, 25. 
Sinclair, Sir John, Bt., 60 ; Julia, 60. 
Sitwell, Lady, 118. 
Siveright, Charles, 98; Ellen, 98. 
Skinner, Marie Annie, 159; William, 159. 
Slack, Joseph, 142; Sarah Ann Wilkinson, 142. 
Smale, Rev. William, 4. 

Smart, Ellen Julia, 149; Benjamin Humphrey, 149. 
Smijth, Ann, 137; Sir Charles, Bt., 137; Sarah, 137. 
Smith, Ann Boulter, 106; Anne, 127; Rev. Charles, 
127; Elizabeth, 143; Emily Jane, 106; Rev. 
Ernest John Heriz, 112; Rev. Gerard Edwards, 
76; Rev. Gregory, 161 ; Henry, 76; Isabel, 103; 
Isabella March, 76 ; Jane Packman, 52 ; John, 
143; John Sim, 180; Joseph, 106; Maria, 180; 
Rev. Oswald, 43 ; Robert, 103 ; Rev. Thomas, 
156, 160, 161 ; Hon'''' Violet Elizabeth Catherine, 
103 ; Wilfrid Robert Abel, 103. 
Smithe, Caroline, 98 ; Edmund, 98. 
Smyth, Charles, 145 ; Hon'''" Diana Bosville, 94 ; 
Emily Rowland, 145 ; Henry Sheppard, 145 ; 
Colonel John George, 94 ; Leigh Churchill, 145 ; 
I,ouisa Harriet, 94 ; Sir Richard, 145. 
Sober, Sarah, 38. 
Sodor and Man, Rt. Rev. Rowley Hill, D.D., Bishop 

of, 115. 
Sole, Rev. Arthur Baron, 98. 

Somerset, Hon'"'' Arthur Charles Edward, 104 ; 
Hon'"'" Arthur William FitzRoy, 102 ; Hon'>'= 
Charlotte Caroline Elizabeth, 102 ; Elizabeth, 
Duchess of Beaufort, 102 ; Emily Harriet, Lady 
Kaglan, 102 ; Hon'''' Emilie Marie Louise 
Wilhehnina, 102; Hon'''' Ethel Georgiana Frances, 
103 ; Ethel Jemima, Lady Raglan, 103 ; Field- 
Marshal FitzRoy James Henry, Baron Raglan, 

102 ; Hon''''' FitzRoy Richard, 102 ; Hon*"'' 
Frederica Susan Katherine, 104 ; Colonel George 
FitzRoy Henry, Baron Raglan, 103, 104 ; 
Georgiana, Lady Raglan, 103; Lieut. -Colonel the 
Hon'''' Granville William Richard, 104 ; Henry, 
Duke of Beaufort, 102 ; Henry Charles, Duke of 
Beaufort, 103 ; Honi"'' Ivy Felicia, 104 ; Hon*"'' 
Katherine Anne Emily Cecilia, 103 ; Hon'''' Louisa 
Eliza, 104 ; Hon'"'' Malvina Charlotte, 104 ; Mary 
Blanche, Lady Raglan, 103 ; Lady Mary Octavia, 

103 ; Hon*"!' Nigel FitzRoy, 104 ; Norman Arthur 
Henry, 104 ; Richard Granville, 104 ; Hon'''' 
Richard Henry FitzRoy, 104 ; Richard Henry 
FitzRoy, Baron Raglan, 103 ; Hon'''' Violet 
Elizabeth Catherine, 103 ; Hon''"' Wellesley 
FitzRoy, 103; Hon'''' Wellesley Henry, 104; Rev. 
Lord William, 21. 



South, Anna, 19 ; Clementina, 17 ; Cooper, 18, 20; 
Cyril Frederick, 18, 19; Edward i'ercy, 20; 
Edward Stanley, 19 ; Elizabeth, 18 ; Ellen Maria, 
19; Enid, 19; Frederick, 20; Gertrude, 18; 
James, 20; John, 17-19; John Arthur, 18, 20; 
John Mumford, 19 ; Mahala, 20 ; Maria, 18, 19 ; 
Marion Edith, 20; Martha, 17; Maude, 20; 
Rebecca, 17; Samuel, 20; Sarah, 17, 18; Sarah 
Kate, 18; Thomas, 17; Winifred, 19. 
Southern, Walter, 94. 

Spencer, Abraham, 52 ; Caroline, 52 ; George, 52 ; 
Lady Henrietta Frances, 132; Hester, 52; John, 
52; John, Earl, 132; Joseph, 52; Susanna, 52. 
Spittall, Eliza, 139; Thomas, 139. 
Spurling, Henry, 18. 

Squire, Susan, 141 ; William Endersby, 141. 
Stamford, William, Earl of, 151. 
Stanford, Anna Sophia, 56 ; Charles Maurice, 55, 

56; Frederick, 56; Louisa Blanche, 56. 
Stanton, Agnes Amelia, 108 ; John Neal, 108 J 

William John, 106, 108. 
Starling, Ellen Matilda, 180; Ernest Henry, M.D., 
180; Florence Amelia, 180; Matthew Henry, i8o. 
Statham, Rev. Francis Freeman, 89 ; Rev. George 

Herbert, 167. 
Staveley, Julia, 76 ; Thomas, 76. 
Stavert, William, 70. 
Stawell, Jonas, 10. 

Stebinger, Anna Josephine Adeline, 179; Karl, 179. 
Steedman, Andrew, 140 ; Caroline Edith, 140 ; 
Elizabeth Martha, 87, 88 ; Ellen, 89 ; Emma, 89 ; 
John, 18, 87, 107; Leah, 87, 88; Martha, 87; 
Mary, 87, 88; Mr., 173; Mrs., 173; Sarah, 18, 
89, 107; Thomas, 87. 
Stevenson, Annie, 9; Rev. Arthur Bicknell, 156; 
David, 9 ; David Alan, 8, 9 ; Elizabeth Margaret, 
117 ; Harriette Mary, 41 ; James Charles, 116, 
117; Louis Edgar, 117; Sarah, 117; William, 41. 
Steward, Rev. Charles Edward, 38. 
Stewart, Carrie, 46 ; Catherine, 46 ; John, 46 ; Rev. 

Ravenscroft, 94. 
Strong, Rev. Philip, 63 ; Rev. Rupert Stanley, 156. 
Strother, Ann, 151 ; Anthony, 151 ; Rev. James 

Baxter, 151 ; Selina Louisa Laurence, 151. 
Struben, Enid, 167 ; Henry William, 167 ; Mary 

Lydia, 167. 
Stuart, Charles Andrew Knox, Earl of Castlestewart, 

93 ; Lady Mary, 93. 
Studley, Beatrice Frances, 168; John Tatchell, 168. 
Sturgeon, Rev. Thomas, 163. 
Sturt, Harriet Emily Cavendish, 37 ; Jannette, 37 ; 

Rev. Napier, 37 ; Thomas Lennox Napier, 37. 
Sudeley, Emily Elizabeth Alicia, Lady, 133; Thomas 

Charles, Baron, 133. 
Suffolk, Thomas, Earl of, 132. 
Suter, Ehza, 75; Captain George, R.N., 75. 
Sutton, Alexander George, 22 ; Eugenia Kathleen, 
22; Lady Harriet Anne, 22; Sir Richard, Bt., 22. 
Swann, Emma, 137; Rev. Charles, 137; Sarah, 137. 
Swansea, Averil, Lady, 22 ; Ernest Ambrose, Baron, 
22 ; Flora Caroline Elizabeth, Lady, 22 ; Colonel 
Henry Hussey Vivian, Baron, 22. 
Swanzy, Andrew, 79 ; Emma, 79 ; Kate, 79 ; Rev. 

Thomas Biddall, 79. 
Swayne, Rev. Wilbam Shuckburgh, 107. 
Sweden, ICing of, 61. 
Sweetman, Mysie Lucy, 143. 
Symes, George, 4 ; Mary, 4. 

Symonds, Charlotte Frances, 113; John, 113; Rev. 
John, 113 ; Mary Ann, 113. 



Tabrum, Eliza Anne, 126; Litchfield, 126. 
Tatham, Ada, 143; .Archibald Joseph Gilbert, 143; 

Elizabeth, 143 ; Henry, 143 ; Margaret, 143 ; 

Oswald Fordham, 143 ; Rev. Ralph Raisbeck, 78. 



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Taylor, Alfred, 54 ; Ann, 54 ; Anna Elizabeth, 56 ; 
Bunbury, 10 ; Caroline, 54 ; Calhcrine Ann, 54 ; 
Charles, 55 ; Charles Deane, 55 ; Rev. Charles 
Jarvis, 156, 162; Charles Walter, 55; Charlotte, 
55 ; Deane, 56 ; Elizabeth, 54 ; Ellen, 55, 56 ; 
Ellen Agnes, 56 ; Florence Ellen, 55 ; Frances, 
55 ; Dr. George, 49 ; George Frederick, 55 ; 
Harriett, 54; Herbert Charles, 55; Isabella, 154; 
Jane, 55; John, 154; Rev. John, 142; John Harry, 
55; Kate, 55; Louisa Blanche, 56; Martha, 54; 
Mary, 56; Matilda, 54; Philip, 54; Colonel R., 10; 
Sarah, 54 ; Susannah, 54 ; Sydney Albert, 55 ; 
Thomas, 54, 55 ; Thomas Trusson, 54 ! William, 
54; William Tydeman, 55. 

Teague, Alexander Crichton, 14, 15 ; Caroline Frances, 
14, 15; Clara Champney, 14, 15; Eliza Louisa 
Emma, 15; George Fletcher, 14, 15; Harriet, 14, 
15; Harriette Sophia, 14 ; James Alexander, 14; 
John, 14; John James, 14; Sophia, 15; Sophia 
Ann, 14; Sophia Caroline, 15. 

Teesdale, Henrietta, 64; John, 64. 

Templeton, Margaret Elizabeth, no; Thomas, no. 

Thacker, Helen, 173; William, 173. 

Thistlethwayte, Matilda, 37 ; Thomas, 37. 

Thomas, Harriet, 81 ; Isabella Caroline, 8; Nathaniel, 
81 ; Tudor Vaughan Howell, 8. 

Thompson, Essex, 66 ; Essex Frances, 66 ; Rev. Sir 
Henry, Bt., 95, 169; James, 105; Jane Scale, 
178; John, 17S; Rev. Ralph Percy, 180; Robert, 66. 

Thomson, James, 14. 

Thornhill, Sarah, 38; Thomas, 38. 

Thornicroft, Anne, 156; John, 156; Maria, 156. 

Thornton, Rev. George Ruthven, 12S ; Henry, 40 ; 
Jane, 70, 167; Samuel, 70, 167; Sophia, 40. 

Thursby, Alice Anne, 98 ; Arthur Doncaster, 98 ; 
Lieut. -Colonel Arthur Edmund, 96, 97; Arthur 
Harvey, 96, 97 ; Arthur William Charles, 96 ; 
Catherine, 97 ; Charles Augustus Hathorne, 98 ; 
Clara, 93, 94 ; Diana Mary, 96 ; Edmund Hasell, 
98 ; Eleanor Anne, 93 ; Eleanor Mary, 93 ; 
Eleanor Mary Anne, 96 ; Ella Beatrice, Lady, 
93 ; Emma, 93 ; Emma Harriott, 97 ; Ethel 
Constance Geraldine, 98 ; Ethelrida, 95 ; Fanny, 
96 ; Fanny Charlotte, 97 ; Florence Emma, 98 ; 
Rev. Ford, 94 ; Rev. Frederick, 94, 95 ; George 
James, 94 ; Gerald Hardy Fitz-Roy, 94 ; Harriet 
Matilda, 95 ; Rev. Harvey William Gustavus, 
96, 97 ; Hilda, 95 ; James Legh, 95 ; Colonel Sir 
John Hardy, Bt., 94; John Harvey, 93, 97; 
John Holmes, 96 ; Sir John Ormerod Scarlett, Bt., 
93) 94i 98 ; Lady Louisa Harriet, 94 ; Mary 
Anne, 97 ; Mabel Gwendolen, 98 ; Margaret 
Emily, 97 ; Mary, 98 ; Mary Augusta, 94 ; Mary 
Eleanor, 94 ; Maud, 96 ; Piers, 98 ; Piers Henry, 
96; Lieut. -Colonel Richard Hasell, 98; Sophia 
Charlotte, 98 ; Violet, 94 ; Rev. William, 93, 94, 
98 ; Rev. William Ford, 93, 96, 98 ; William 
Legh, 95 ; Winifred, 95. 

Tidy, Rev. Thomas Meymott, 126. 

Tidyman, Ann, 54; WiUiam, 54. 

Tilly, James, 147; Johanna, 147 ; Sally, 147 ; Tobias, 
147. 

Tomlinson, Rev. Walter Michael, 127. 

Topham, Rev. Harry Gillespie, 143. 

Torre, Emma Matilda, 156; Rev. Henry, 156; Rev. 
Henry John, 156, 157, i6l ; Hyacinthe Ellen, 156, 
157 ; Mary EUen, 156. 

Tower, Georgiana Isabella, 40; Colonel Henry, 40. 

Towers, Rev. Robert, 4. 

Townley, Rev. William Gale, 141. 

Townsend, George, 163 ; Lydia, 163 ; Mercy Emily, 
163. 

Townshend, George, 163 ; Lydia, 163. 

Tregear, Sally, 147. 

Trench, James, 142 ; Laura, 142 ; Sophia, 142. 
Trevanion, Henry Paulson Bowling, 64. 
Trevor, Augusta Christina, 7' '< Frances, yi ; 
Colonel Samuel Smith, 71 ; William Gordon, 71. 



Trodd, Lucina, 108 ; WiUiam, 108 ; William 

Tunstall, 108. 
TroHope, Harriet, 26 ; Rear- Admiral Henry Anthony, 

R.N., 26; Mary Arthur, 26; William Henry, 26. 
Truscott, Catherine Rebecca, 146 ; Clara Mary, 146 ; 

Frances Hastings, 146 ; Francis, 146 ; George 

Frederick, 145, 146. 
Trusson, Philip Pearce, 54; Sarah, 54; Susannah, 54. 
Tuck, Agnes, 165 ; Brcnda Alherton Hustler, 165 ; 

George Hustler, 165. 
Tucker, Ann, 178; Elizabeth Boys, 148; John Boys, 

148. 
Tulloch, Charles, i ; Hester, i. 

Turner, John, 107, 113; Mary, 113; Mary Ann, 107. 
Turney, Florence Holmes, 156; W. J., 156. 
Turquand, Maria, 78; Captain William James, R.N., 

78. 
Turton, John, 36; Mabella, 36. 
Twells, Rev. Henry, 124. 
Twigg, Rev. Canon, 123. 
Tyacke, Amelia, 146 ; Emily Phillips, 146 ; Hannah, 

146; John, 146; Mary, 146; Nicholas, 146; 

Richard, 146 ; Sibella Pellowe, 146 ; Thomas 

PhiUips, 145, 146; William Andrew, 147. 
Tyler, Adela Louisa, 72 ; Colonel Charles Henry, 

72; Delilah, 72; Octavius Roper, 71, 72. 



u 



Underbill, Mary Elizabeth, 3. 
Upton, Rev. James Samuel, 36. 



Vale, Rev. Benjamin, 154. 

Vane, Rev. John, 61. 

Vardon, Rev. Stanley Arthur, 8. 

Vaughan, Rev. Edward Thomas, 23 ; Rev. James, 
1 58; Selina Victoria, 155; William, 155. 

Venn, Rev. Henry Knott, 146. 

Vernon, Rev. John Richard, 180. 

Verschoyle, Arthur Robert, 24 ; Catherine, 24; Lieut. - 
Colonel Henry William, 24 ; John James, 24 ; Lucy 
Clarissa, 24 ; Robert, 24 ; Theresa Blanche, 24. 

Vesey, Hon^'e Constance Mary, 37 ; Hon^e Eustace, 
37 ; Thomas, Viscount De Vesci, 37. 

Victoria, QueenofEngland, 28, 36, 61, 70, 103, 135, 177. 

Villiers, Rev. Prebendary Henry Montagu, 168. 

Vivian, Arthur Pendarves, 22 ; Averil, Lady 
Swansea, 22 ; Caroline Gertrude, 23 ; Ernest 
Ambrose, Baron Swansea, 22 ; Flora Caroline 
Elizabeth, Lady Swansea, 22 ; Colonel Henty 
Hussey, Baron Swansea, 22 ; Hon'''= Jessie Dal- 
rymple, 22 ; Hon^^ John Aubrey, 22 ; John Henry, 
22, 23; Lieut. -General Sir Richard Hussey, Baron, 
22; Sarah, 22; William Graham, 22. 

Volckmann, CaroUne Luise, 177; Peter Diedrich, 177. 



W 

Walder, Mary, 88. 

Walker, Anna Rosina, 152; Anne, 155; Rev. 
George, n8; Harriet Elizabeth, 82; Henry, 82; 
Henry Warren, 152; John, 155; Rev. John 
Michael Stanhope, 75; Rev. Joseph, 75, 82; 
Joseph Need, 82 ; Katherine, 82 ; Muriel Perceval, 
75; Sarah, 118. 

Wallace, Eugenia Mary, 22. 

Walsh, Rev. James, B.D., 158. 

Walter, Jane, 95 ; Richard, 95. 

Walters," Rev. Charles, i to. 

Walton, -A-nna, 95 ; Dr. John, 95. 

Warner, James, 29; Sarah, 29. 

Warren, Sir John, 11. 

Waterford, Dean of, 2, 10 ; Marquess of, I ; Very- 
Rev. Ussher Lee, Dean of, 9. 

Waterhouse, Henry, 161 ; Louisa, 161. 



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Wathen, Eliza Martha, 154; Samuel, 154. 
Walkins, Ellen Malilda, 180; George, 105; Sarah, 

105 ; Sarah Ann Phillis, 105. 
Watson, Helen, 136; James, 136; John (Farsyde), 

157 ; Mary, 157 ; Rev. William Richards, 74. 
Watts, Rev. Robert Edward Reginald, 138. 
Webb, Barbara, 132; Rev. Benjamin, 49 ; Sir John, 

Bt., 132. 
Webster, Emilie Marie Louise Wilhelmina, 102 ; 

Henry Boddington, 102; Colonel Sir Henry 

Vassal, 102. 
Welch, Ailcen Kathleen, 172 ; Arthur, 172 ; 

Caroline Leah, 173 ; Charles, 173 ; Charlotte 

Susannah, 173; Edward, 172; Ellen Maria, 172; 

Ernest Robert, 173 ; Frederick, 172, 173 ; 

Frederick George, 172 ; George Frederick, 172 ; 

Helen, 173; Henry, 172, 173; Janet Mary, 173; 

John, 172; Maria Louisa, 172; Marianne Jane, 

172; Septimus Robert, 172, 173; Sybil Mary, 173; 

William, 172. 
Welding, Emily Wilmot, 155 ; George David, 

155- 
Weldon, James, 137; Jane, 137; Mary, 137. 
Wellesley-Pole, Elizabeth, Countess of Mornington, 

102 ; Lady Emily Harriet, 102 J William, Earl of 

Mornington, 102. 
Wellington, Duke of, 102. 

Wells, Rev. Henry George, II; Mary Ursula, II. 
Wemyss, Francis, Earl of, 83. 
Wenlock, Beilby Richard, Baron, 37 ; Elizabeth, 

Lady, 37. 
Wentworth, Julia, 165; Sir William, Bt., 165. 
Wentworth-Fitzwilliam, Charles William, Earl 

FitzwilUam, K.G., 36; Hon''''' Mary Selina 

Charlotte, 36 ; William Charles, Viscount Milton, 

36. 
Westminster, Richard, K.G., Marquis of, 37. 
Westmore, Rev. Henry Holme, 123, 127, 128. 
Westmoreland, John, Earl of, 132; Mary, 156; 

Rev. Thomas, 156. 
Wheatley, Margaret, 17. 
Whitbread, Mary, 169 ; Samuel, 169. 
Whitby, Lucy, 36 ; Mabella, 36 ; Rev. Thomas, 

36. 
Whitehead, Jessie Jane, 92 ; Margaret, 92 ; Thomas, 

92. 
Whitfield, Rev. Charles Hubert, 97 ; Fanny 

Charlotte, 97 ; Hubert, 97. 
Whittington, Rev. A. Brandon, 138. 
Wickham, William, 52. 
Widdrington, Cecilia, 170; Frances Dorothy, 170; 

Shalcross Fitzherbert, 170. 
Wilberforce, Rt. Rev. Samuel, D.D., Bishop of 

Winchester, 103. 
Wilding, Thomas Francis, 27, 30, 32. 
Wilkins, Louisa, i ; Robert, i. 

Willan, Ann, 137; Mary Ann, 137; Rev. Robert, 137. 
Willett, Elizabeth, 7 ; Henry John, 7. 
Willey, Elizabeth, 174; Rev. John, 174. 
Wilhams, Charles, 20 ; Clara, 94 ; Sir Edward, Bt. , 

no; Sir Edward Vaughan, 94; Emily Ellen, 146; 

Henr)', 146 ; Henry George Swa\-ne, 61 ; Colonel 

John, 94; Rev. John, D.D., 154; Laetitia Maria, 

20; Mary, no; Sarah, 21 ; Thomas, 21. 
Willmer, Harriet Ann, 78; Henry, 78. 
Wilmot, Emma Matilda, 156; Louisa, 153; Mary, 

Lady, 153; Sir Robert Meade, Bt., 153. 
Wilson, Rev. Alfred, 75 ; Andrew, ALD., 37 ; 

Jannette, 37 ; Mary Susannah Anne, 69 ; William, 

69; Rev. William Carus, 123. 
Wilton, John WilUam, 121; Mary, 121. 
Winchester, Rt. Rev. Samuel Wilberforce, D.D., 

Bishop of, 103. 
W'ing, Adeline Mary, 142 ; Elizabeth Cox, 142 ; 

Samuel, 142. 
Wingfield, Lady Charlotte Mary, 39 ; William, 39. 



Wingfield-Digby, George Digby, 39; Hon''''' Lucy 
Mabella, 39. 

Winthrop, Rev. Edward, 28 ; Frances, 28. 

WLsden, Thomas Faulconer, 88. 

Wolfe, Emily Frances, 166 ; Fanny, 166 ; William 
Standish, 166. 

Wontner, Russell, 19. 

Wood, Arthur, M.D.,4; Caroline, III; Catherine 
Matilda, III; Clara Fannie Adelaide, 4 ; Clara 
Martha, 4; Edward, 112; Edward Morehead, 
ni ; Ellen Beatrice, 112; Emily Charlotte, III ; 
Emily Kynersley, III; Henrietta, III, 112; 
Henry, no, in ; Henry James Theodore, 112; 
James Templeton, no, 112; Joseph, 53; Julia, 
53; Katherine Margaret Love, 112; Louisa 
Frances, in ; Margaret Elizabeth, no; Margaret 
Sophia, no; Mary, no, 112; Mary Elizabeth, 
112; Nicholas Crispin, 112; Thomas, no; 
Thomas Edmund, 29. 

Woodcock, Charles Alexander, 44 ; Katherine Ella, 
44. 

Woodhams, Susanna, 52. 

Woodrooffe, Rev. Canon, 150. 

Woodruff, Rev. Arthur Winthrop, 28 ; Charlotte 
Louisa Jessie, 28 ; Frances, 28 ; Rev. John, 28 ; 
John Winthrop, 28. 

Woodruffe, Captain Charles Sheldon Pearce, R.N., 
71 ; Daniel, 71 ; Maria, 71 ; Mary Grace, 71. 

Wooldridge, Florence Amelia, 180; Leonard, 180; 
Leonard Charles, M.D., 180. 

Woollcombe, Ven'''" Archdeacon, 48. 

Woollett, Mary, 153; William, 153. 

Worcester, Rt. Rev._ Henry Philpott, D.D., Bishop 
of, 156. 

Worsley, Agnes Isabella, 120; Anne, 118; Anne 
Barbara, 120; Arthington, 119; Augusta Mary 
Chivers, Lady, 119; Catherine Louisa, 120; 
Edward, 118; Edward Marcu.s, 119; Emma 
Frances, 120; Ethel Isabel, 119; Rev. George, 
118; Harriet, 118; Harriet Philadelphia, Lady, 
118; Helen, 119; Captain Marcus, R.N., 118; 
Marcus Rurik, 119; Marianne Christina Isabella, 
119; Sarah Philadelphia, Lady, 118; Sophia 
Harriet, 120; Susan Elizabeth, Lady, 118; Rev. 
Thomas, D.D., 120; Thomas Robinson, 118; 
Victoria, 119; Sir WiUiam, Bt., 118, 119; William 
Arthington, 119 ; Colonel Sir William Cayley, Bt. , 
118, 119; Sir William Henry Arthington, Bt., 
118, 119; Winifred Mary, 119. 

Worsop, John Arthur, 26 ; Mary Arthur, 26. 

Wraith, Hannah, 127. 

Wright, Charlotte, 161 ; Rev. David, 74 ; Edward, 
l6l ; Ellen Frances, 167 ; Fanny Hester, 175 ; 
John, 175; John Naylor, 167; Richard, 175. 

Wrightson, Harriet, 119; William, 119. 

Wyatt, Rev. Paul, 97. 

Wyld, Rev. Thomas, 81. 

Wyndham, Alexander, 44 ; Anne, 36 ; Julia, 44 ; 
William, 36. 

Wvse, Elizabeth Scott, 1 16; Mary, 116; William, 
116. 



Vardley, Rev. John Scott, 142. 

Yates, Mary Anne, 96, 97; Rev. William, 96, 97. 

Yearing, Elizabeth, 6. 

Yeates, Dymphne, 168 ; Mary Dymphne, 168 ; 

Sydney, 168. 
Yeats, Rev. George, 2. 
Yeoman, Francis, 17. 
Young, Charles, 79 ; Ethel Kate Le Gros, 79 ; Ethel 

Mary Dora, 79 ; Ernest Augustus, 79 ; Jane, 2 ; 

Rev. John, 139 ; Rev. Percy Frederick, 79 ; 

Thomas, 2, 61. 



S^litiitions ani) Corrections. 



ADDITIONS & CORRECTIONS. 



AIRY. Vol. 7, page 117. — Hubert Airy 
died at Stoke House, Woodbridge, co. 
Suffolk, on Whit-Monday, i June, 
buried at Woodbridge 5 June 1903. 
Will dated 19 July 1901, proved at 
Ipswich 25 July 1903, by Osmund Airy, 
the brother, and Francis Woolnough 
Wythe Gross, the Executors. 

Page 119. — William Shepley Airy 
was appointed Master at Denstone 
College 16 May 1900; proceeded 
M.A. 1 90 1, ordained Deacon 1901, 
and Priest (by the Bishop of Lichfield) 
1903. 

Reginald Airy graduated B.A. from 
Trinity College, Cambridge, 1899. 

ALLANBY. Vol. 8, page 17.— Eliza, 
widow of Erasmus Reginald William 
Lloyd, died 12 September, buried at 
Legbourne, co. Lincoln, 15 September 
1902. 

Page 19 {and Addenda, Vol. g, 
page i.) — Commander Frederick Claude 
Hynman and Edith Mabel Allenby 
have issue a son, Dudley Jaffray 
Hynman Allenby, born at Malta on 
Thursday, 8 January 1903, and baptised 
there. 

ALLCROFT. Vol. 8, page 59.— John 
Derby AUcroft was married at the 
Church of the Transfiguration, Fifth 
Avenue, New York, U.S.A., on Saturday, 
13 September T902, to Marietta, daughter 
of William Millar Ord, M.D., of Upper 
Brook Street, London, and widow of 
David Dwight Wells of Norwich, 
Connecticut, U.S.A. They have issue 
a son, John Derby Allcroft, bom 
at Roke Manor, Romsey, co. Hants, 
on Monday, 28 September 1903, 
baptised at Roke Manor 14 January 
1904. 



AMPHLETT. Vol. i, page 152.— Jane 
Elizabeth, daughter of John Amphlett, 
died, aged 53, on Friday, 21 August, 
buried in the cemetery at Stafford 
24 August 1903. 

AMPHLETT. Vol. 3, page 157.— Charles 
Edward Amphlett was gazetted Captain 
in the 6th (Inniskilling) Dragoons 16 
August 1902. 

Edward Paul Charlton Amphlett 
joined the Royal Military College, 
Sandhurst, as a Gentleman Cadet 
19 September 1903. 

ARMYTAGE. Vol. i, page 234 (and 
Addenda, Vol. 7, page i.) — -George 
Ayscough and Aimee Armytage have 
further issue a son, Reginald William 
Armytage, bom at 18 Moore Street, 
Cadogan Square, Chelsea, London, on 
Monday, 18 May, baptised at St. 
Simon's, Lennox Gardens, Chelsea, 
13 June 1903. 

Page 235. — Laura Harriette, widow 
of the Ven'''^ Charles William Holbech, 
Archdeacon of Coventry, died at 
Banbury, co. 0.\ford, in her 80th year, 
on Thursday, 23 April, buried at 
Famborough, co. Warwick, 25 April 
1903. Will dated 8 May 1901, proved 
at O.xford 6 June 1903, by Edward 
Ambrose Holbech and the Rev. Hugh 
Holbech, the sons, the Executors. 

Page 236. — The Hon'^''= Fenella 
FitzHardinge, widow of Colonel Henry 
Armytage, died at 67 Warwick Square, 
London, on Friday, 20 November, 
buried in Putney Vale Cemetery, co. 
Surrey, 24 November 1903. 

Rosetta Philippa, wife of Percy 
Armytage, died suddenly at 28 Hans 
Place, Chelsea, London, on New Year's 
Eve, Wednesday, 31 December 1902, 
buried in Putney Vale Cemetery, co. 
Surrey, 5 January 1903. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



ASSHETON. Vol. i, page 71 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 6, page i.) — Ralph 
Cockayne and Mildred Estelle Sybella 
Assheton have further issue a daughter, 
Mary Monica, born at " Hall Foot," 
Worston, near Clitheroe, co. Lancaster, 
on Wednesday, 6 May, baptised at 
Downham, co. Lancaster, 10 June 1903. 

Ralph Cockayne Assheton was 
appointed J. P. for the \Vest Riding of 
the county of York 1888, and for the 
county of Lancaster 1889, and an 
Alderman of the Lancashire County 
Council 1902. 

Page 72. — Richard and Frances 
Annette Ellen Assheton have further 
issue a daughter, Dulcia, born at 
"Riversdale," Grantchester, co. Cam- 
bridge, on Wednesday, 3 December 1902, 
baptised at Grantchester 3 January 1903. 

BACK. Vol. 6, pages 119 and 123. — 
Hatfield James Back died at Hill 
House, Dedham, co. Essex, aged 84, on 
Thursday, 6 November, buried at 
Ardleigh, co. Essex, on Tuesday, 
II November 1902. 

BAILEY. Vol. 7, page 49. — Lieut.- 
Colonel Edmund Wyndham Grevis and 
Alberta Sylva Bailey have issue a son, 
James von Hiestrecht Evelyn Grevis 
Bailey, born at Nepicar House, 
Wrotham, co. Kent, on Monday, 24 
November 1902, baptised at St. Peter's, 
Ightham, co. Kent, 15 January 1903. 

BARNARDISTON. Vol. 8, page 42.— 
Nathaniel Walter Barnardiston was 
appointed Military Attache, with 
temporary rank of Lieut. -Colonel to the 
Courts of Norway, Sweden and 
Denmark in 1903. 

Page 44 {and Addenda Vol. 10, page 
it.) — Geoffry and Mildred Jane 
Barnardiston have issue a son, 
Nathaniel Montague Barnardiston, born 
at Birstwith, co. York, 16 October, 
baptised at Henny, co. Essex, 23 
December 1903. 

Samuel John Barrington Barnardiston, 
D.S.O., was promoted Captain The 
Suffolk Regiment 18 April 1903. 

BARTLETT. Vol. i, page 66.— John 
Adams Bartlett was married at St. 
Marg.iret's, Prince's Road, Liverpool, 
on Tuesday, 21 April 1903, to Ellen 
Violet Murray, only daughter of the 
Rev. William Mayor, formerly Vicar of 
Shotton, CO. Durham, by Ellen his \vife, 
daughter of George Murray ; born 
24 June 1872. 



BENTLEY. Vol. i, page 138.— Edward 
John, eldest and last surviving son of 
Edward Bentley, M.D., was born 
30 December 1844, and died at 
10 Mount Albion Road, Ramsgate, 
CO. Kent, on Wednesday, 18 November, 
buried in Highgate Cemetery, co. 
Middlesex, 23 November 1903. Will 
dated 10 July 1900, proved at the 
Principal Registry 9 December 1903, 
by Madeline Isabella Bentley, the 
sister, and George Edward Hayles, the 
cousin, the Executors. 

Page 140. — Frederick Bentley died 
suddenly at Streatham Common, co. 
Surrey, on Sunday, 11 October, buried 
in Norwood Cemetery, co. Surrey, 16 
October 1903. Will dated 3 June 
1899, proved (Prin. Reg., 45, 1903) 
13 November 1903, by the Rev. 
Frederick William Bentley, the son, the 
sole Executor. 

BLACKBURNE. Vol. 10, page 144.— 
Lieut.-Colonel Robert Ireland Black- 
burne was decorated by H.M. the King 
as a Companion of the Order of the 
Bath (military division) at the Levee 
held at Buckingham Palace on Monday, 
18 May 1903, and is now Honorary 
Colonel (formerly Lieut.-Colonel Com- 
manding) 3rd Battalion Prince of Wales' 
Volunteer (South Lancashire) Regiment. 

BOND. Vol. 3, page 72. — Lewis Charles 
Powell and Martha Bond have further 
issue a son, Sydney William Bond, born 
at Burford, Ontario, Canada, 22 October 
1903, and baptised there. 

BRINE. Vol. 4, page 21. — Arthur Brine 
was married at Holy Trinity, Brook 
Green, co. Middlesex, on Wednesday, 
22 July 1903, to Hester Harriet Amelia, 
elder daughter of Gideon Colquhoun 
Sconce, late Chief Judge of the 
Presidency Small Cause Court, Calcutta. 

Page 2 2 {and Addenda, Vol. 6, page ii). 
Henrietta Ina Lindesay Brine, who died, 
aged 33, 30 July, was buried in the 
churchyard at Bishops Waltham, co. 
Hants, 3 August 1897. M.I. and 
Memorial Window. 

Page 22. — The remains of Frederic 
Bruce Brine, who was buried at 
Gravesend, co. Kent, 3 June 1884, were 
re-interred in the churchyard at Bishops 
Waltham 16 March 1898. M.I. and 
Memorial Window. 

Page 22 {and Addenda, Vol. 8, 
page Hi.)— Lieutenant Robert Walter 
Maxwell Brine, who was killed in action 



ADDITIONS &> CORRECTIONS. 



va. 



BRINE, continued. 

at Belmont, South Africa, 23 November 
1899 (medal and clasp), was buried at 
Belmont. M.I. there and at Garrison 
Church, Portsmouth, also at Bishops 
VValtham, where there is a Memorial 
Window. Memorial Tablets in the St. 
Clare School Chapel, Walmer, and in 
Marlborough College Chapel. 

Page 22 (and Addenda, Vol. 7, 
page it.) — Frederic George and Irene 
Mary Brine have issue a daughter, 
Mary Sophia Bouverie, bom at 2 
St. Lawrence Villas, Canterbury, on 
Sunday, i November, baptised at Lower 
Hardres, co. Kent, on Wednesday, 
16 December 1903. 

BROCKLEBANK. Vol. 9, page 142.— 
Richard Moon Brocklebank died at 
"The Firs," Great Malvern, co. 
Worcester, aged 60, on Thursday, 27 
August, buried in the cemetery at Great 
Malvern on Saturday, 29 August 1903. 
Will dated 9 December 1899, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 47, 1903) 13 November 
1903, by Ralph Brocklebank and 
Thomas Brocklebank, the brothers, the 
Executors. 

BROMLEY. Vol. 5, page 136 {and 
Addenda, Vol. g, page Hi.) — Nathaniel 
Barrett VV^amer and Minnie Heather 
Bromley have issue a daughter, Monica 
Violet Warner, born at " Mondisfield," 
The Ridgeway, Enfield, co. Middlesex, 
on Friday, 16 January, baptised at 
Christ Church, Enfield, 19 April 1903. 

BROOKE. Vol. I, page 73.— William 
Henry Rawson died s.p., aged 45, on 
Friday, i December, buried at St. Peter's, 
Sowerby, co. York, 5 December 1893. 
Will dated 15 July 1893, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 370, 94) 21 March 1894, by 
Frances Jane Rawson, Constance Ellen 
Rawson, John Selwyn Rawson and 
William Pickford, the Executors. {See 
Pedigree of Raivson, Vol. 8, page 68.) 

Page 74. — Helen Beatrice, wife of 
John Kendall Brooke, died at Sibton 
Park, CO. Suffolk, 4 February 1897, and 
buried at Sibton. Administration was 
granted at the Principal Registry 19 
March 1897, to John Kendall Brooke, 
the husband. 

John Kendall Brooke of Sibton Park, 
was married 2ndly at Hacheston, co. 
Suffolk, on Tuesday, 24 September 
1 90 1, to Katharine Frances, eldest 
daughter of Arthur Heywood of 
Glevering, co. Suffolk. 



BROOKE, continued. 

Page 75 {and Addenda, Vol, p, page 
Hi.) — Sir Thomas Brooke, Baronet, was 
married 3rdly at Armitage Bridge, co. 
York, 30 September 1902, to Mary, 
daughter of James Priestley of " Bank 
Field," Huddersfield, co. York, and 
widow of the Rev. Charles Farrar 
Forster, Vicar of Beckwithshaw, co 
York. 

Page 78.— The Rev. Harold John 
Brooke died at Queenstown, New 
Zealand, leaving issue three children, 
7 October, buried at Queenstown 
10 October 1903. 

Page 79. — Edward Brooke died at 
Renfrew, aged 67, 28 July, buried in 
the cemetery at Scarborough, co. 
York, I August 1898. Will dated 25 
November 1892, with codicil dated 
31 December 1895, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1088, 98) 8 October 1898, by Henry 
Norman Brooke, the son, Bernard 
Parker and Annie Maud Hirst (wife of 
Francis Joseph Hirst) the daughter, the 
Executors. 

Joseph Brooke Turner died at 
Scarborough, aged 66, i October, 
buried in the cemetery at Scarborough 

4 October 1899. Administration was 
granted at York 25 October 1899, to 
Joseph Brooke Turner. 

Jane, wife of Joseph Brooke Turner, 
died at Scarborough, aged 64, 25 Sep- 
tember, buried in the cemetery at 
Scarborough 28 September 1896. 

Edward Burkill Brooke died at 
Almondbury, co. York, 1 1 November 
1893, and buried there. Will dated 
12 November 18S9, proved at Wakefield 
9 February 1894, by Edward Brooke, 
the father, one of the Executors. 

The Rev. Riou George Benson died 
at 53 Bootham, York, in his 62nd year, 
on Saturday, 18 January, buried at 
Hope Bowdler, co. Salop, 21 January 
1896. Administration (with will dated 

5 March 1862) was granted (Prin. Reg., 
440, 96) 8 May 1896, to Riou Philip 
Benson, Captain in the Royal Artillery, 
the natural and lawful son and one of 
the next of kin. 

Page 80. — William Brooke died at 
York, aged 60, 3 November, buried in 
the cemetery at York 6 November 1899. 

Elizabeth, youngest daughter of 
Edward Brooke, died at Harnpstead, 
CO. Middlesex, aged 53, on Saturday, 
14 July, buried at Honley, co. York, 
18 July 1894. Will dated 6 June 1893, 



IV 



ADDITIONS &■ CORRECTIONS. 



BROOKE, continued. 

with codicil dated 2 April 1894, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 850, 94) 25 August 1894, 
by Henry Brooke, the brother, and 
Charles Edward Freeman, the Executors. 
Page 81. — Henry Brooke died at 
Warrenfield, Sheepridge, co. York, 
II September, buried at Honley 
14 September 1903. Will dated 
10 January 1902, proved at Wakefield 
6 November 1903, by Hilda Eastwood, 
the daughter, Harry Arnold Eastwood, 
the son-in-law, and John Arthur 
Freeman, the Executors. 

BROWN. Vol. 2, page 25. — Henry Forbes 
Darell-Brown (educated at New College, 
Oxford, matriculated 23 January 1886, 
aged 18, from Marlborough College, 
and is now Captain in the 2nd 
Oxfordshire Light Infantry), was 
married at Messing, co. Essex, on 
Tuesday, 22 December 1903, to 
Kathleen Edith Maude, only daughter 
of Charles de Bassyn Fox, formerly of 
County Cavan, J. P., by Emma Penelope 
his wife, daughter of Edmund Packe. 

The Rev. Otway Uarell Darell-Brown 
was educated at St. Edward's School, 
Oxford, St. John's College, Oxford, and 
Scholae Cancellarii, Lincoln ; Curate of 
Laceby and Riby, co. Lincoln, 1900 
-1902, and of St. Saviour's;, Walton 
Street, London, since 1903. 

BRUNKER. Vol. 10, page 115.— 
Edward George Brunker was married 
at St. Andrew's, Fulham, co. Middlesex, 
15 September 1902, to Louie Elizabeth, 
youngest daughter of Clement More of 
19 Barton Street, Kensington, London, 
and formerly of Metfield Hall, co. 
Suffolk. They have issue a son, 
Edward George Brunker, bom at 
38 Waldemar Avenue Mansions, 
Fulham, 11 July, baptised privately at 
Rathmines, co. Dublin, 10 September 
1903. 

BUCKLER. Vol. 2, page 165.— Emma 
Sidney, widow of George Buckler, died 
at Camberwell New Road, London, in 
her 86th year, on Tuesday, 12 May, 
buried in Nunhead Cemetery, co. 
Surrey, 15 May 1903. 

BURKE. Vol 3, page 44.— Kathleen 
Laura, daughter of Ulick John Burke, 
was married at Bramdean, co. Hants, 
on Wednesday, 17 December 1902, to 
Hugh Nicholson, late Captain King's 
Royal Rifles, son of William Nicholson 
of Basing Park, co. Hants. 



BURY. Vol. 9, page 117.— Cecil Charles 
Bury, son of Frederick Maxwell Bury, 
died at George Town, Demerara, 
British Guiana, 25 May 1903. 

The Rev. William and Eleanor Jane 
Bury have issue a son, William Gerard 
Stillingfleet Bury, born at the Rectory, 
Great Henny, co. Essex, 3 November, 
baptised at Great Henny 29 November 
1903. 

BUSH. Vol. 6, page 77 {and Addenda, 
page //.) — Robert Bush (M. Inst. C.E. 
1903) and Beatrice Irene his wife have 
further issue a son, Herbert Edward 
Bush, born at Liverpool 3 December 
1902, baptised at St. Catherine's, Aber- 
cromby Square, Liverpool, i January 
1903. 

CASTLE. Vol. 5, page 45.— Edgar Castle 
was married at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 
London, 18 May 1901, to Ellen Maud, 
daughter of George Edward Clive and 
Amy Sarah Griffin of Clapham, co. 
Surrey; born at 76 South Lambeth 
Road, London, 7 August 1870, baptised 
at St. Ann's, South Lambeth Road, 
24 November 1871. They have issue 
two .sons, John Edgar Castle, born at 
3 Carlton Hill, St. John's Wood, London, 
on Tuesday, 28 January, baptised at 
St. Mark's, Hamilton Terrace, St. John's 
Wood, 8 June 1902, and Desmond 
William Handley Castle, born at 

3 Carlton Hill, St. John's Wood, on 
Monday, 27 July, baptised at All Saints', 
St. John's Wood, 26 August 1903. 

Page 48. — Septimus Castle was 
President of the Incorporated Law 
Society of Liverpool 1 902-1 903. 

CAUDLE. Vol. 8, page 121.— Adolphus 
William Wisden Caudle died at 
Millbrook Lodge, Millbrook, co. Hants, 
in his 63rd year, on Whit-Monday, 
1 June, buried in the cemetery at 
Henfield, co. Sussex, on Thursday, 

4 June 1903. Will dated 22 April 
1902, proved (Prin. Reg., 25, 1903) 
22 June 1903, by Annie Homewood 
Thornton, the sister, the sole Executrix. 

CAVENDISH. Vol. i, page 132.— Cecil 
Charles and Maud Henrietta Cavendish 
have further issue a son, ("harles Vernon 
Balfour Cavendish, born at the residence 
of his grandfather, Major-General George 
Thomas Halliday, B.S.C., 65 Redclifife 
Gardens, South Kensington, London, 
on Tuesday, 14 October, baptised at 
St. Luke's, Redcliffe Gardens, South 
Kensington, on Saturday, 15 November 



ADDITIONS &^ CORRECTIONS. 



CAVENDISH, conti7med. 

1902. Major Cecil Charles Cavendish 
was transferred, 18 April 1902, from the 
74th Highland Light Infantry to the 
4th Battalion Royal Garrison Regiment 
at Malta, of which he is second in 
command. 

Page 133. — Spencer Frederick George 
Cavendish is now of Penhalonga, Umtali, 
South Rhodesia, South Africa. 

Godfrey Lionel John Cavendish was 
appointed, 22 April 1903, 2nd Lieutenant 
in the ist Battalion Manchester (63rd) 
Regiment, now at Singapore, Straits 
Settlements. 

Page 134. — Ernest Lionel Francis 
Cavendish was promoted, January 1904, 
to be Governor of Swansea Prison. 

CHAFY. Vol. 7, page 112.— Hugh 
Edmund Chafy was married at St. 
Mark's, Swindon, co. Wilts, on 
Wednesday, i July 1903, to Henrietta 
Sibyl, 5th daughter of George Money 
Swinhoe of Park House, Swindon, and 
formerly of the 95th Regiment. 

Honor Annette, daughter of the Rev. 
William Kyle Westwood Chafy, D.D., 
died at the Midland Nursing Home, 
aged 20, on Thursday, 2 April, buried 
at Rous Lench, co. Worcester, 7 April 
1903. 

CHAMPNEYS. Vol. 10, page 50.— 
Montague Storr Champneys was buried 
at Tooting, co. Surrey, i August 1868. 

CHANCE. Vol. 3, page 67. — George 
Chance died at his residence, 
28 Leinster Gardens, London, aged 84, 
on Tuesday, 17 February, buried at 
Harrow Weald, co. Middlesex, on 
Saturday, 21 February 1903. Will dated 
10 July 1889, with codicil dated 

27 April 1898, proved (Prin. Reg., 21, 
i9°3) 17 March 1903, by Arthur 
Frederick Chance, Frank Loftus Wright 
and Harry Chance, three of the 
Executors. 

Mary, widow of George Chance, died 
at "The Wainhams," Shrewsbury, co. 
Salop, in her 75th year, on Thursday, 
23 July, buried at Harrow Weald 

28 July 1903. Will dated 18 December 
1898, proved (Prin. Reg., 65, 1903) 
3 September 1903, by Arthur Frederick 
Chance and Harry Chance, the sons, 
the surviving Executors. 

Page 69. — Lucy Georgina, youngest 
daughter of Henry Chance, was married 
at St. George's, Hanover Square, 



CHANCE, continued. 

London, 2 P'ebruary 1903, to William 
Francis Bennett, 2nd son of William 
Henry Massy Bennett of Glenefy, co. 
Limerick, J. P. for the counties of 
Limerick and Tipperary, by Fanny his 
wife, daughter of Thomas Bolton. 

Page 71 (and Addenda, Vol. g, page 
iv.) George Harold dc Peyster and 
Maude Chance have further issue a son, 
Brian Kesteven de Peyster Chance, born 
at Sydney, New South Wales, on Friday, 
28 August 1903. 

Page 71. — Florence Hasted, wife of 
Alexander Macomb Chance, died at 
" Lawnside," Edgbaston, co. Warwick, 
aged S3, on Wednesday, 8 July, buried 
in the churchyard at Quinton, co. 
Worcester, 11 July 1903. 

CHASE. Vol. 5, page 76.— The Rev. 
Frederic Henry Chase, D.D., was 
elected Vice-Chancellor of Cambridge 
University in 1902, having been 
appointed Norrisian Professor of Divinity 
and President of Queen's College in 
1 90 1. 

CLAPTON. Vol. 10, page 9.— Mary, 
wife of Edward Clapton, M.D., died at 
" Towercroft," Lee, co. Kent, in her 
70th year, on Sunday, 27 December, 
buried in the cemetery at Stamford, co. 
Lincoln, on Thursday, 31 December 
1903. 

Page 10. — The Rev. Edward Travers 
Clark {see Pedigree of Clark, present 
volume, page So) was appointed Vicar of 
Newnham-on-Severn, co. Gloucester, 
July 1902, and Surrogate for the diocese 
of Gloucester 1902. 

CLIPPINGDALE. Vol. 9, page 172.— 
Elizabeth, wife of John Abbott, died at 
6 Chichester Terrace, Brighton, co. 
Sussex, 8 August, buried in the Extra 
Mural Cemetery, Brighton, 12 August 
1903. 

COLLINS. Vol. 4, page 114.— Henry 
John and Jane Frances Leslie Collins 
have further issue a son, John 
Ferdinando Collins, born at Caversham, 
CO. Oxford, 7 December, baptised at St. 
Peter's, Caversham, 30 December 1898 ; 
a daughter, Mary Justina, born at 
Caversham 8 May, baptised at St. 
Peter's, Caversham, 13 June 1900; 
and a daughter Patricia, born at 
Reading, co. Berks, 27 September, 
baptised at All Saints', Reading, 
I November 1903. 



ADDITIONS &> CORRECTIONS. 



COLMAN. Vol. 9, page 7.— Cecil 
Colman was married at West Cliff 
Tabernacle, Bournemouth, co. Hants, 
5 August 1903, to Florence Beatrice, 
2nd daughter of Henry Laws of 
"Trefula," Bournemouth, by Elizabeth 
Ann his wife, daughter of William 
Caldwell. 

COMBER, Vol. 7, page 148.— Eleanor, 
widow of Edward Comber, died at 
Myddleton Hall, Warrington, co. 
Lancaster, in her 85th year, on Sunday, 
22 November, buried at Winwick, co. 
Lancaster, 25 November 1903. Will 
dated 16 October 1895. 

Page 148 {and Addenda, Vol. 10, page 
V.) — Edward and Jane Frances Hartley 
Comber have issue a son, Thomas 
Alfred Comber, born at Bombay, 
India, 19 December 1902. 

CONYERS. Vol. s, page i.— Marcia 
Amelia Mary, Baroness Conyers, 
succeeded as 7th Baroness Fauconberg 
on the determination of the abeyance 
of that Barony in her favour by the 
Committee for Privileges 29 September 
1903, and was declared coheir with her 
sister, the Countess of Powis, 23 July 
1903, to the Barony of Darcy. 

COODE. Vol. 2, page 18.— Mary, elder 
daughter of Edward Coode, died at The 
Old House, St. Austell, co. Cornwall, 
aged 80, on Wednesday, 3 December, 
buried at St. Austell 6 December 1902. 
Will dated 3 October 1898, proved at 
Bodmin 7 February 1903, by William 
Melvill Coode and Philip Melvill Coode. 
Page 19 {and Addenda, Vol. 7, 
page Hi.) — John Melvill and Ruth 
Caroline Coode have further issue a 
daughter, Ruth Evelyn Penelope, born 
at Jubblepore, Central Provinces, India, 
13 February 1903, and baptised there. 

COOKSON. Vol. 3, page 131.— Frederick 
William Cookson was married at 
Bangkok, Siam, 16 January 1903, to 
Isabella, only child of Frederick 
Solomon of Bangkok, by Margaret 
Fitzgerald his wife. They have issue 
a son, Charles Percival Cookson, born 
at Bangkok 14 November 1903. 

Page 133. — Frederick Nesfield Cook- 
son was married at St. Mary's, Dolgelly, 
CO. Merioneth, 10 June 1903, to Mary 
Maclver Percival, 2nd daughter of 
Thomas Parry Jones-Parry of " Tany 
Gader," Dolgelly, by Sarah his wife, 



COOKSON, continued. 

daughter of Hughes Barlow of Avenbury, 
CO. Denbigh ; born at Llangollen, co. 
Denbigh, 13 April 187 1. 

Cicely Mary, youngest daughter of 
Thomas Chorley Cookson, was married 
at St. George's, Leeds, co. York, 
10 November 1903, Charles John 
Tiffen, M.D. Edin. 1885, M.B., CM. 
1882. 

Page 134 {and Addenda, Vol. g, 
page iv.) — Montague Nesfield and Ellen 
Marie Cookson have further issue a 
daughter, Edith Joyce Nesfield, bom 
at Nuneaton, co. Warwick, 3 Decem- 
ber 1903, baptised at St. Nicholas', 
Nuneaton, on Sunday, 17 January 1904. 

COWPER-ESSEX. Vol. 6, page 11 
(and Addenda, Vol. 10, page v.) — Henry 
Swainson and Amy Mary Cowper have 
issue a son, Christopher Swainson 
Cowper, born at High House, 
Hawkshead, co. Lancaster, 13 June 
1903, and baptised there the same 
day. 

CRAIG. Vol. 5, page 35. — Algernon Tudor 
Craig was gazetted Major 4th Battalion 
Royal Irish Rifles 29 November 1902, 
and resigned his Adjutancy of the 8th 
Provisional Battalion 13 January 1903, 
on his appointment as Secretary of the 
Incorporated Soldiers' and Sailors' Help 
Society. 

CRANWORTH. Vol. 10, page 93.— 
Robert Thornhagh, Baron Cranworth, 
died at his residence, Letton Hall, 
Thetford, co. Norfolk, aged 73, on 
Monday, 13 October, buried at 
Cranworth, co. Norfolk, on Friday, 
17 October 1902. Will dated 26 April 

1 90 1, with two codicils dated respectively 
26 April 1901 and 13 June 1901, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1505, 1902) 4 December 

1902, by the Rt. Hon''''= Bertram Francis, 
Baron Cranworth, the son, one of the 
Executors. 

Bertram Francis, Lord Cranworth, 
who succeeded his father as 2nd Baron 
13 October 1902, was married at 
St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London, on 
Saturday, 18 July 1903, to Vera Emily, 
eldest daughter of Arthur William 
Ridley of 92 Eaton Place, London, 
by Adriana Elizabeth his wife, eldest 
daughter of F. R. Newton. 



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CRAWFURD. Vol. 2, page 9.— 
The Rev. Lionel Payne Crawfurd, 
who was instituted Vicar of St. 
Cuthbert's, Bensham, Gateshead, co. 
Durham, 20 September 1902, was 
married at the Church of the Holy 
Innocents, Belair, South Australia, 
8 January 1902, to Georgina, daughter 
of Thomas Kinley Hamilton, M.D., by 
Richenda his wife. They have issue 
a daughter, Mary Ina, born at St. 
Cuthbert's Vicarage, Bensham, Gates- 
head, on Monday, 8 June, baptised at 
St. Cuthbert's, Bensham, on St. Peter's 
Day, 29 June 1903. 

Page 9 (and Addenda, Vol.6, page iv.) 
Raymond Henry Payne and Ethelberta 
Ormrod Crawfurd have further issue a 
son, Alan Crawfurd, born at 71 Harley 
Street, London, on Saturday, 1 1 April, 
baptised at Christ Church, Harwood, 
CO. Lancaster, 27 May 1903. 

CRIPPS. Vol. 2, page 119.— Wilfred 
Joseph Cripps, C.B., died at Cirencester, 
CO. Gloucester, aged 62, on Monday, 
26 October, buried in the cemetery 
at Cirencester 29 October 1903. 

Page 120 {and Addenda, Vol. 10, 
page V.) — Egerton Tymewell and Hilda 
Katharine Gambler Cripps have issue 
a son, William Parry Cripps, born 
at "Stratton Firs," Cirencester, on 
Tuesday, 23 June, baptised at Ampney 
Crucis, CO. Gloucester, 26 July 1903. 

CURE. Vol. 2, page 22. — George Edward 
Capel Cure was married at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, London, 5 November 
1903, to lone Catherine Victoria, 
daughter of Victor Paley of Freckenham, 
CO. Sussex, by Augusta Harriet his wife, 
daughter of the Rev. Evan Nepean, 
Canon of Westminster; born in London, 
and baptised at Westminster Abbey. 

Page 24. — Margaret, daughter of the 
Rev. Laurence George Capel Cure, 
died suddenly at Abbess Roding 
Rectory, co. Essex, aged 41, on Monday, 
20 July, buried at Abbess Roding 
24 July 1903. 

DARBY. Vol. 4, page 48.— Matilda 
Frances, widow of Abraham Darby, 
died at "Sunnyside," Coalbrookdale, co. 
Salop, in her 93rd year, on Tuesday, 
16 December, buried at Coalbrookdale 
20 December 1902. Will dated 
3 August 1899, with codicil dated 
10 October 1900, proved in the Principal 
Registry July 1903, by Alfred Edmund 
William Darby and W. Blyth. 



DARWIN. Vol. 4, page 117.— Richard 
Buckley Litchfield died at Cannes, 
France, aged 71, on Sunday, 1 1 January 
1903, and buried there. Will dated 
27 August 1902, proved (Prin. Reg., 
33> 1903) 26 January 1903, by Leonard 
Darwin and Bernard Richard Meirion 
Darwin, the E.xecutors. 

Page 118. — Ellen Wordsworth, wife 
of Francis Darwin, died at Cambridge, 
aged 47, on Saturday, 29 August, buried 
at Girton, co. Cambridge, i September 
1903. 

DEW. Vol. I, page 282. — Henry 
Monkhouse Dew was married 2ndly 
at St. Paul's, Finsbury, London, on 
Wednesday, 5 February 1902, to Lena 
Mary Meta, only daughter of the Rev. 
Thomas James Bewsher, Rector of 
Cley-next-the-Sea, co. Norfolk. 

Page 285. — Margaret Louise, youngest 
daughter of Major Frederick Napleton 
Dew, was married at St. Stephen's, 
Gloucester Road, London (by the 
Rev. Roderick Dew, brother of the 
bride), on Tuesday, 18 November 1902, 
to Philip James Stopford, Lieutenant 
R.N., H.M.S. "Australia," 2nd son of 
James Sydney Stopford. 

DICKEN. Vol. 7, page 140. — Captain 
Charles Gauntlett Dicken, R.N., was 
made Inspecting Captain of Torpedo 
Boat Destroyers 24 February 1902, and 
appointed as Commodore in Charge at 
Hong Kong, China, i January 1904. 

Charles Vernon Dicken was appointed 
Mathematical Master at Bishop's 
College School, Lennoxville, in the 
province of Quebec, Canada, 27 August 
1903. 

Edward Bernard Cornish Dicken, 
R.N., passed from " Britannia," after 
cruise in H.M.S. "Aurora," 16 December 
1903. 

Page 142. — Catherine Lamb, widow 
of William Stephens Dicken, died at 
St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. Sussex, aged 91, 
on Friday, 17 July, buried in Ocklynge 
Cemetery, Eastbourne, co. Sussex, 
22 July 1903. Will dated 25 September 
1887, with codicil dated 22 November 
1902, proved (Prin. Reg., 54, 1903) 
7 August 1903, by Florence Elizabeth 
Statham, the daughter, the sole 
Executrix. 

Lord Henry Ulick Browne succeeded 
his brother, John Thomas, Marquess of 
Sligo, who died 30 December 1903, 
as 5th Marquess of Sligo. 



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DICKHN, continued. 

Page 143. — Charles Shortt Dicken, 
C.M.G., died at South Kensington, 
London, aged 61, on Wednesday, 12 
November, buried in Brookwood Ceme- 
tery, Woking, CO. Surrey, on Monday, 
17 November 1902. Will dated 23 May 
1878, proved (Prin. Reg., 29, 1903) 
12 February 1903, by Emily Augusta 
Dicken, the relict, the sole Executrix. 

DICKINSON, Vol. I, page 293.— Mary 
Ann (Henrietta), wife of William 
Dickinson, died at "Springfield," 
Bedford Hill, Balham, co. Surrey, 
6 October, buried in Paddington 
Cemetery, Willesden Lane, co. 
Middlesex, 10 October 1903. 

DUGDALE. Vol. 2, page 106.— John 
Dugdale of Llwyn Llanfyllin, co. Mont- 
gomery, died at 9 Hyde Park Gardens, 
London, in his 83rd year, 9 December, 
buried in the cemetery at Llanfyllin on 
Tuesday, 15 December 1903. Will 
dated 4 February 1897, proved in the 
Principal Registry 12 January 1904, by 
John Marshall Dugdale and Charles 
Tertius Dugdale, the sons, two of the 
Executors. 

John Percy Dugdale died at Mentone, 
France, aged 23, on Wednesday, 15 
.•\pril, buried in the cemetery at 
Llanfyllin 23 April 1903. 

Page 107. — Edith, wife of the Rev. 
Sydney Dugdale, Vicar of Westbury, co. 
Wilts, died at Westbury, aged 43, on 
Wednesday, 1 1 November, buried there 
14 November 1903. 

Edith Christian, youngest daughter of 
James Dugdale of Wroxall Abbey, co. 
Warwick, was married at Wroxall Abbey 
Chapel on Tuesday, 28 July 1903, to 
Godfrey Gillson, Captain R.A., 2nd 
son of Henry Gillson of " Mudeford," 
Christchurch, co. Hants. 
EARLE. Vol. 10, page 112. — Ida 
Euphemia Bertie, wife of Arthur Earle, 
died at Childwall Lodge, Wavertree, 
CO. Lancaster, on Wednesday, i April, 
buried at Childwall 4 April 1903. 

EDWARDS. Vol. i, page 259.— Emma, 
daughter of William Edwards, and wife 
of the Rev. Thomas William Meller, 
died at Ipswich, co. Suffolk, aged 83, 
on Saturday, 31 January, buried in the 
cemetery at Woodbridge, co. Suffolk, 
4 February 1903. Will dated 17 
October 1902, proved at Ipswich 
31 March 1903, by Alfred Meller, the 
son, the sole Executor. 



EDWARDS, continued. 

Page 260. — Anne, widow of Thomas 
William Grimwood, died at her 
residence, Woodbridge, co. Suffolk, in 
her 83rd year, on Saturday, 23 May, 
buried in the cemetery at Woodbridge 
27 May 1903. Will dated 30 January 
1903, proved at Ipswich 2 July 1903, 
by Henry Charles Edward.s, the nephew, 
Samuel StagoU Higham and Thomas 
Richard Grimwood, godson, the 
Executors. 

EVANS. Vol. 4, page 91. — Margaret 
Fleming, wife of Edgar Besant, died 
at 2 St. John's Gardens, Ladbroke 
Grove, Notting Hill, London, 11 
September, buried in the cemetery at 
Hanwell, co. Middlesex, 15 September 
1903. 

Page 93. — John Nevett Evans was 
married at St. Peter's, Eastbourne, co. 
Sussex, on Thursday, 16 April 1903, to 
Ethel Louise Gladstone, youngest 
daughter of Alexander Grant Smith 
Langhorne, formerly of 44 Holland Park 
Gardens, London. 

FANSHAWE. Vol. 6, page 114.— 
John Gaspard Fanshawe died at 132 
Ebury Street, Pimlico, London, 
27 December, buried in Brompton 
Cemetery, London, 31 December 1903. 

Barbara Frederica Beaujolois, wife of, 
John Gaspard Fanshawe, died at 
215 Ebury Street, Pimlico, London, 
31 January, buried in Brompton 
Cemetery, London, 5 February 1903. 

Basil Thomas and Mary Georgiana 
Fanshawe have further issue a son, 
Evelyn Gascoyne Fanshawe, born 
1 6 August, baptised at Bratton Fleming, 
CO. Devon, 13 September 1903. 
Sponsors : Morland Greig, John Mason 
Mason, Dowager Lady Gierke and 
Helen Crawshay. 

FAULCONER. Vol. 4, page 83.— 
Mary, widow of Robert Stephen 
Faulconer, died at "Fairlawn," Clarence 
Road, Clapham Park, co. Surrey, in her 
83rd year, on Friday, 30 January, 
buried in Norwood Cemetery, co. Surrey, 
on Wednesday, 4 February 1903. 
Will dated 10 March 1899, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 58, 1903) 20 February 
1903, by Frederick Arthur Crisp, the 
nephew, the sole Executor. 

FAWCETT. Vol. 6, page 52.— Eliza 
Maria, widow of William Fawcett, died 
14 February, buried in Fisherton 



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IX 



FAWCETT, continued. 

Ccnictery, Salisbury, co. Wilts, 1 7 
February 1903. Will dated 26 October 

1901, proved at Salisbury 25 March 
1903, by Sidney Fawcett, the step-son, 
the sole Executor. 

FAWKES. Vol. 7, page 92.— Edith 
Mary, widow of Ayscough Fawkes, died 
at Taormina, Sicily, 11 March 1903, 
and buried at Farnley, co. York. Will 
dated 18 December 1901, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 44, 1903) 18 April 1903, by 
Frederick Robert McClintock, the 
brother-in-law, one of the Executors. 

Page 95. — Rear-Admiral Wilmot 
Hawks worth Fawkes was created C.V.O. 

1902, and K. C.V.O. 1903. 

FELLOWES. Vol. 8, page loi.— Dora 
Mackenzie, daughter of the Rev. Henry 
John Fellowes, died at "Torridon," 
Bournemouth West, co. Hants, 29 
December 1902, buried at All Saints', 
Bournemouth, i January 1903. 

Page 102. — Hilda, daughter of the 
Rev. Henry John Fellowes, was married 
at All Saints', Bournemouth, 2 February 

1903, to Henry Reginald Hetherington, 
son of the Rev. Henry Hetherington, 
formerly Vicar of West Bradenham, co. 
Norfolk, by Anne Margaret his wife, 
daughter of the Rev. George Charles 
Hoste ; born at Wetheringsett Rectory, 
CO. Suffolk, on Friday, 17 May, bapt. 
at W^etheringsett 7 July 1867. 

Page 104. — The Rev. Edmund Horace 
and Lilian Louisa Fellowes have 
further issue a son, William Hamilton 
Fellowes, born at the Cloisters, Windsor 
Castle, CO. Berks, on Saturday, 11 July, 
baptised at St. George's Chapel, 
Windsor Castle, 23 September 1903. 

FIELD. Vol. 3, page 82.— Ellen, widow 
of Benjamin Field, died at her residence, 

4 Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, co. 
Kent, in her 78th year, on Sunday, 

5 July, buried at the cemetery, 
Tunbridge Wells, 9 July 1903. Will 
dated 19 December 1902, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 56, 1903) 24 September 1903, by 
the Rev. Sydney Benjamin Field and 
Walter Field, the sons, and Margaret 
Field, the daughter, the Executors. 

FIRTH. Vol. 4, page 141. — Frederic 
Hand Firth died at Place, Ashburton, 
CO. Devon, in his 80th year, on Sunday, 
18 October, buried at Widecombe-in- 
the-Moor, co. Devon, on Thursday, 
22 October 1903. Will dated 14 
February 18S9, proved in the Principal 



FIRTH, continued. 

Registry 23 December 1903, by Frederic 
William Firth, Walter Alfred Firth and 
Henry Mallaby Firth of Knowle, 
Ashburton, the Executors. 

FLAVEL. Vol. I, page 207. — Sidney 
Reginald Flavel was married at 
St. Mary Abbott's, Kensington, London, 
on New Year's Eve, Thursday, 31 
December 1903, to Winifred Marion, 
youngest daughter of Alfred Parkin of 
Epworth, CO. Lincoln, and of 
Doncaster, co. York, Lord of the Manor 
of Epworth, by Hannah Maria his 2nd 
wife, eldest daughter of Alderman John 
Elwes of Doncaster ; born at Doncaster 
20 September, baptised at Christ Church, 
Doncaster, 18 October 1877. 

FLETCHER. Vol. 3, page 79. — Ann, 
widow of the Rev. William Henry 
Flowers, died at Brigg, co. Lincoln, 
10 March, buried at Ulceby, co. 
Lincoln, 13 March 1903. 

FLOYER. Vol. 3, page ii5.— Ernest 
Ayscoghe Floyer died at Cairo, Egypt, 
aged 51, on Tuesday, i December, 
buried there 2 December 1903. 

Page 118 {and Addenda, Vol. j", 
page iv.) — The Rev. John Kestell and 
Helen Frances Floyer have further issue 
a son, Martyn Du Boulay Floyer, born 
at "The Quillet," Green Hill, Worcester, 
on Wednesday, 4 February, baptised at 
Worcester Cathedral 25 March 1903. 

FOLJAMBE. Vol. i, page 49.— The 
Hon'-'"= Gerald William Frederick Savile 
Foljambe of the ist Battalion Oxford- 
shire Light Infantry (43rd Light 
Lifantry) was transferred in September 
1903, to the 2nd Battalion of the 
. Oxfordshire Light Infantry (52nd 
Oxfordshire Light Infantry), and is 
quartered at Chatham. 

FREEMAN. Vol. 10, page 121.— The 
Rev. John Major Freeman, Vicar of 
Playford, co. Suffolk, for 22 years, died 
at the Vicarage, Playford, aged 70, on 
Monday, 10 November, buried at 
Playford on Thursday, 13 November 
1902. Will dated 10 January 1901, 
proved at Ipswich 26 March 1903, by 
Herman Biddell and Rosa Crisp, the 
Executors. 

FRY. Vol. 10, page 16. — Francis Charles 
Miers was baptised at Quintero, Chili 

[not Mexico]. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



FURNEAUX. Vol. 6, page 34-— The 
Rev. William Mordaiint Furneaux was 
appointed Dean of Winchester i6 March 
1903, and D.D. Lambeth 20 March 
iyo3. 

GARRETT. Vol. 5, page 140.— Louisa, 

widow of Newson Garrett, died at 
Aldeburgh, co. Suffolk, aged 89, on 
Saturday, 17 January, buried at 
Aldeburgh on Thursday, 22 January 
1903. Will dated 13 February 1895, 
with two codicils dated respectively 
4 September 1897 and 16 January 1903, 
proved(Prin. Reg., 64, 1903) 1 2 February 
1903, by Ednmnd Garrett, Samuel 
Garrett and George Herbert Garrett, 
the sons, the Executors. 

Page 144 (and Addenda, Vol. 7, 
page V.) — Frank and Evelyn Rosa 
Garrett have further issue a daughter, 
Irene Elizabeth, born at " New Haven," 
Leiston, co. Suffolk, on Saturday, 2 May, 
baptised at Leiston 3 June 1903. 

Page 144 {and Addenda, Vol. 8, 
page ix.) — Alfred Stead and Winifred 
Mary Garrett have further issue a son, 
James Stead Garrett, born at Alma 
Cottage, Leiston, on Wednesday, i July, 
baptised at Leiston 14 August 1903. 

GATTY. Vol. 2, page 153.— The Rev. 
Alfred Gatty, D.D., died at the Vicarage, 
Ecclesfield, co. York, in his 90th year, 
on Tuesday, 20 January, buried at 
Ecclesfield 24 January 1903. Will dated 
22 January 1889, with codicil dated 
3 February 1896, proved (Prin. Reg., 
12, 1903) 28 February 1903, by Horatia 
Frances Katharine Eden (formerly 
Gatty), the daughter, and Francis Patrick 
Smith, the son-in-law, the Executors. 

GIBBONS. Vol. 9, page 48.— Leonard 
Philip and Gertrude Emma Gibbons 
have further issue a son, Leonard John 
Gibbons, born at Uckington, co. 
Gloucester, on Monday, 23 March, 
baptised at Elmstone, co. Gloucester, 
20 April 1903. 

GILBEY. Vol. 3, page 147.— Gilbert 
Gilbey was married at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 24 April 
1 90 1, to Edith Mary, daughter of 
John S. and Margaret Barwick. They 
have issue a daughter, Brenda Mary, 
born at " Chalklands," Bourne End, co. 
Buckingham, on Monday, 9 November, 
baptised at St. Paul's, Wooburn, co. 
Buckingham, 28 December 1903. 



GODDARD. Vol. 6, page 66.— Captain 
Francis Ambrose D'Oyly [no/ D'Oyley] 
Goddard of the 2nd ]5attalion to be 
Adjutant to 4th Battalion the Royal 
Munster Fusiliers 5 February 1903. He 
and his wife, Evelyn Maud, have issue 
two sons, Denis Gerald Ambrose 
Goddard, born at Barrackpore, India, 
18 January 1898, baptised at St. 
Bartholomew's, Barrackpore, and Brian 
Maurice Goddard, born at Queenstown, 
CO. Cork, 14 July, baptised at Christ 
Church, Rushbrooke, co. Cork, 23 
August 1 90 1. 

Page 66 (and Addenda, Vol. 10, 
page viii.) — Francis Warren Morrison 
and Elizabeth Gertrude Goddard have 
issue a daughter, Imogene Martha May, 
born at Salida, Colorada, U.S.A., on 
Saturday, 7 March 1903. 

Page 67. — The Rev. Nigel Ernie 
Goddard was appointed to the sinecure 
Rectory of Creswell, co. Stafford, 
4 June 1903. 

GODDARD. Vol. 10, page 27. —Kathleen, 
4th daughter of Alfred Courtenay 
Goddard, was married at Holy Trinity, 
Paddington, London, on Thursday, 
23 July 1903, to Ralph Staples Ellis 
of 29 Fleet Street, London, youngest 
son of Joseph Ellis, formerly of Brighton, 
CO. Sussex. 

GODDEN. Vol. 3, page 55 {and Addenda, 
Vol. 10, page ix.) — The Rev. Frederick 
Ernest and Edith Harriet Godden have 
issue a daughter. Cicely Harriet, born at 
Hartford House, Blackwater, co. Hants, 
on Friday, 15 May, baptised at Holy 
Trinity, Hawley, co. Hants, 3 June 
1903. 

GOLDSMITH. Vol. 5, page 109.— 
Emma, wife of Francis Edward 
Goldsmith, should be described as the 
daughter of John Hailett \jiot Edward 
Wallett]. 

GRESLEY. Vol. 8, page 117.— Arthur 

Spencer Gresley died at " Green Bank," 
Tumditch, Derby, aged 35, on Thursday, 
10 September, buried at Netherseale, 
CO. Leicester, 14 September 1903. 
Will dated 30 January 1903, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 37, 1903) 17 November 
1903, by Herbert Nigel Gresley, the 
brother, the sole Executor. 

Page 117 {and Addenda, Vol. g, 
page vi.) — Herbert Nigel and Ethel 
Frances Gresley have issue a .son, 
Nigel Gresley, born at Somerset House, 



ADDITIONS ^ CORRECTIONS. 



GRESLEY, continued. 

Newton Heath, co. Lancaster, on 
Thursday, 25 June, baptised at the 
parish church, Lythani, co. Lancaster, 
9 August 1903. 

GUILLE. Vol. I, page 39. — Mary 
Elizabeth, eldest and only surviving 
child of the Very Rev. William Guille, 
Dean of Guernsey, died at 3 George 
Place Guernsey, aged 81, on Wednesday, 

29 April, buried in Candie Cemetery, 
Guernsey, 2 May 1903. Will dated 
26 June 1902, with codicil dated 

30 June 1902, proved (Prin. Reg., 
65, 1903) 2 July 1903, by William 
Lawson Micks, the nephew, and Eleanor 
Meyrick, the niece, the Executors. 

Page 40 {and Addenda, Vol. j, 
page it). — The Rev. Hubert George de 
Carteret and Catherine Lucretia Stevens- 
Guille have further issue a daughter, 
Catherine Marion Sophia, born at 
Beauconnor, in the parish of Monkleigh, 
North Devon, 22 May, baptised at 
Monkleigh, 28 June 1903. 

HALIFAX. Vol. 10, page 134.— Lieut.- 
Colonel the Hon'''* Henry John Lindley 
AVood died at Melton Park, Doncaster, 
CO. York, on Monday, 5 January, buried 
at High Melton, co. York, 8 January 
1903. 

The Hon'''= Mary Agnes Emily Wood, 
youngest daughter of Charles Lindley, 
Viscount Halifax, was married at 
Hickleton, co. York, on Thursday, 
17 September 1903, to George Richard 
Lane-Fox, elder son of James Thomas 
Richard Lane-Fox of Bramham Park 
and of Hope Hall, co. York, J. P. and 
D.L., formerly Captain Grenadier 
Guards, by Lucy Frances Jane his 
wife, daughter of Humphrey St. John- 
Mildmay ; bom 15 December 1870. 

HALL. Vol 6, page no. — Edward 
Algernon Hall was married at St. 
Stephen's, Westminster, 27 June 1900, 
to Annie Maud, daughter of Thomas 
Gildersleeve. 

HARDWICKE. Vol 4, page 133.— 
Dorothy ALarian, eldest daughter of 
Richard Reece Hardwicke, died at 
Bexhill, CO. Sussex, aged 15, on 
Tuesday, 13 January 1903. 

Page 134. — Constance Ethel, daughter 
of Edward Arthur Hardwicke, was 
married at Howick Falls, Natal, South 
Africa, 30 September 1903, to William 
Sandford Cottrill of Heidelberg, 
Transvaal, South Africa. 



HARDWICKE, continued. 

Page 135. — William Perton Allen 
Hardwicke was married at Newmarket, 
CO. Cambridge, i January 1903, to Elsie 
Kate, eldest child of Alfred Francis 
Birbeck of Hexham House, Southport, 
CO. Lancaster, by Elizabeth Chudleigh 
his wife, daughter of Charles Rees of 
Newton Abbot, co. Devon, bom at 
Marychurch, Torquay, co. Devon, 
18 August 1880. 

Herbert Junius Allen Hardwicke was 
admitted a Solicitor 21 December 1903. 

HART-DAVIS. Vol. 9, page 31.— 
Henry Vaughan Hart Hart- Davis is now 
of Wardley Hall, Swinton, co. Lancaster, 
and was appointed Chief Agent to the 
Earl of Ellesmere for the Bridgwater 
and Ellesmere estates 20 October 1903. 

HASLEWOOD. Vol. 7, page 135.— 
The Rev. Christopher Francis Beevor 
Haslewood, Vicar of Pelton, co. 
Durham, was married at St. Peter's, 
Harrogate, co. York (by the Rev. 
Frederick George Haslewood, LL.D., 
father of the bridegroom), on Thursday, 
12 November 1903, to Sibyl Beatrice, 
elder daughter of Dr. Robert Clark 
Newton of Eldon Tower, Harrogate. 

Page 136. — Eveline Fanny, youngest 
daughter of the Rev. Francis Haslewood, 
was married at St. Mary's, Bryanston 
Square, London, on Thursday, 30 April 
1903, to Amedee Eugene Charles 
Lachenal of Plainpalais, Geneva, 
Switzerland, son of Joseph Lachenal, by 
Euphrasine Douquet his wife ; born 
at Geneva 12 April 1S69. 

HEATHCOTE. Vol. 8, page 2.— .Sir 
^Villiam Perceval Heathcote, Baronet, 
died at "Redvers," Bournemouth, co. 
Hants, on Thursday, 29 October, 
buried at Bournemouth on Tuesday, 
3 November 1903. Will dated 28 May 
1897, with codicil dated 8 July 1897, 
proved in the Principal Registry 28 
December 1903, by Dame Letitia Maria 
Heathcote, Colonel Gilbert Redvers 
Heathcote and Sebastian Henry Petre, 
the Executors. 

Page 3. — Mary Forbes, wife of 
Arthur Malcolm Heathcote, died at 
"Homestead," Albert Bridge Road, 
London, aged 50, on Tuesday, 13 
January, buried in the churchyard at 
Hursley, co. Hants, 17 January 1903. 

Dorothy, eldest daughter of Arthur 
Malcolm Heathcote, was married at 
St. Peter's, Cranley Gardens, London 



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HEATH COTE, continued. 

(by the Rev. James Gavin Young, 
grandfather of the bride), on Saturday, 
8 November 1902, to Arthur Crawford 
Lee, only son of the Rev. Godfrey 
Belles Lee, Warden of Winchester 
College. 

Page 5. — Thomas Richard Frederick 
Cooke-Trench died at Millicent, co. 
Kildare, 25 November, buried at 
St. Michael's, Clane, co. Kildare, 28 
November 1902. 

HERBERT. Vol. 3, page 123.— Arthur 
James Herbert has been Consul-General 
in Budapest, Hungary, since August 
1902. 

HESKETH. Vol. i, page 161.— The 
Rev. Henry Gosse died at "The Firs," 
Redhill, co. Surrey, aged 87, 3 May, 
buried at St. John'.s, Redhill, 7 May 
1903. Will dated 4 May 1901, with 
codicil of same date, proved (Prin. Reg., 
48, 1903) 30 May 1903, by James 
Edmund Maude and John Maude, 
sons-in-law, the Executors. 

HOLE. Vol. 7, page 129. — William 
Robert Hole, died at "Parke," Bovey 
Tracey, co. Devon, 7 February, buried 
at Bovey Tracey 11 February 1903. 
Will dated 30 January 1901, proved at 
E.xeter 25 April 1903, by William 
Gerald Hole, the son, and Robert Paul 
Kitson, the cousin, the Executors. His 
only son, William Gerald Hole, who 
was educated at Winchester and at 
Merton College, Oxford, has now 
succeeded to "Parke," Bovey Tracey. 

HOPKINS. Vol. 8, page 2,1, {and 
Addenda, Vol. 10 page x.) — Adminis- 
tration of the goods of Francis Henry 
Hopkins was granted at the Principal 
Registry 25 November 1902, to Thomas 
Faulconer Wisden. 

HUTCHISON. Vol. 5, page 69.— 
Alexander Richard Hamilton Hutchison, 
Captain Royal Marine Light Infantry, 
was married at Holy Trinity, Gosport, 
CO. Hants, on Wednesday, 7 January 
1903, to Georgina Courtenay, daughter 
of William Henry Haswell, Fleet- 
Paymaster, R.N., by Henrietta Chetwynd 
his wife, daughter of George Bernard 
Knighton Drake of Ipplepen House, 
Ipplepen, and Goodrington House, 
Paignton, both co. Devon ; born at 
"Grenofen," Paignton, on Tuesday, 
13 April, baptised at St. John's, 
Paignton, 9 June 1875. 



JEAFFRESON. Vol. 2, page 53.— 
Horace Cavell Jeaffreson, was married 
at St. Augustine'.s, Highbury, London, 
I December 1903, to Ettie Louise, 
daughter of Thomas Ward Turner of 
Handsworth, co. Stafford. 

JERMYN. Vol. 3, page 171.— The Rev. 
Edmund Jermyn was instituted to the 
Rectory of Croughton, co. Northampton, 
21 September 1903. 

Page 172. — The Rt. Rev. Hugh 
Willoughby Jermyn, Bishop of Brechin, 
died at his residence, Forbes Court, 
Broughty Ferry, near Dundee, aged 83, 
on Thursday, 17 September, and was 
buried in the churchyard of St. Mary's, 
Broughty Ferry, 22 September 1903. 
Confirmation at Dundee, i December 
1903, of the Rev. Edmund Jermyn, 
the son, and Agnes Jermyn of Forbes 
Court, Broughty Ferry, the daughter. 

JOHNSON. Vol. I, page 85.— Elizabeth, 
wife of Richard Withers, died at her 
residence "The Uplands," West Derby, 
CO. Lancaster, on Sunday, 7 December, 
buried at Troutbeck, co. Westmoreland, 
on Thursday, 11 December 1902. 

JOHNSON. Vol. 2, page 6.— The Rev. 
Robert Johnson, formerly Vicar of 
Hornchurch, co. Essex, is now of 
Verandah House, Worlington, co. Suf- 
folk. He married 3rdly at St. John's, 
Dulwich, CO. Surrey, 17 November 
1903, to Anna Maria, 2nd daughter of 
the Rev. Augustus Frederick Padley, 
formerly Vicar of St. Peter-at-Gowts, co. 
Lincoln, by Catherine his wife, daughter 
of Samuel Mather. 

JOHNSON. Vol. 3, page 19.— Bertram 
Vaughan Johnson was married at 
Skipness, co. Argyll, 7 January 1903, 
to Dorothy, daughter of Robert Chellas 
Graham of Skipness, by Emily Eliza 
his wife, daughter of Joseph Alfred 
Hardcastle. They have issue a daughter, 
Margaret Dorothy Vaughan, born at 
78 Elm Park Gardens, Chelsea, 
London, 12 November, baptised 
privately 12 December 1903, and died 
the same day. 

JUBB. Vol. 2, page 80.— Catherine 
Favell, wife of Robert Jubb, died at 
Glaston Hill, Eversley, co. Hants, 17 
May, buried at Eversley 22 May 1903. 

KITCHENER. Vol. 7, page 6.— Lord 
Kitchener has been Commander-in-Chief 
in India and a Member of Viceroy's 
Council since 1902. 



ADDITIONS b' CORRECTIONS. 



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LAW. Vol. 7, page 6i. — Henry Charles 
Hull died at 55 Argyll Road, 
Kensington, London, aged 68, on 
Tuesday, 25 February, buried in 
Brompton Cemetery, London, i March 
1902. Will dated i5 April 1894, with 
codicil dated 20 June 1901, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 492, 1902) 2 April 1902, 
by Charles Patrick Amyatt Hull, Major 
in H.M. Army, the son, and Graham 
Keith, the E.xecutors. 

Page 62. — Cecil Arbuthnot Law, 
Captain The \Viltshire Regiment, was 
married at Mussoorie, India, 29 April 
1902, to Mary Theresa, 2nd daughter 
of Arthur George Walker, formerly 
of the Bengal Civil Service, Barrister- 
at-Law. 

Page 63. — Hubert Henry Bingham 
Law was married at St. James', Spanish 
Place, Manchester Square, London, 
9 July 1902, to Violet, daughter of 
R. Steuart Muirhead. 



LEVESON GOWER. Vol. i, page 22 
{and Addenda, Vol. 2, page iv.) — 
Granville Charles Gresham and Evelyn 
Mildred Leveson Gower have further 
issue a son, Thomas Christopher 
Gresham Leveson Gower, born 19 June, 
baptised at St. James', Titsey, co. 
Surrey, 19 July 1903. 

LILLINGSTON. Vol. 9, page 35.— 
Mary Grey, the 2nd wife of Alfred 
Lillingston, was the eldest daughter of 
Captain Thomas Monck Mason, R.N., 
by Mary his wife, eldest child of 
Captain the Hon''''= Sir George Grey, 
Baronet, R.N., 3rd son of Sir Charles, 
ist Earl Grey. 

Charles Alfred Gordon Lillingston was 
born at Southwold Lodge, co. Suffolk, 
30 October 1857, and has retired from 
the Indian Forest Service. His wife, 
Mabel Harriet, 6th daughter of the 
HonWo Edward David Stuart Ogilvie 
of Yulgilbar, New South Wales, and 
9 Queen's Gate Place, London, by 
Theodosia Isabella his wife, daughter of 
William de Burgh, D.D., was born at 
Yulgilbar 16 May 1866, and baptised 
there 19 September 1870. They were 
married at St. Jude's, South Kensington, 
London, 9 July 1S88, and have issue 
a daughter, Jessie Mary Grey, born at 
Ranchi, Chota Nagpur, Bengal, India, 
18 April, baptised at Ranchi in May 
1 889 ; a son, Edward George Grey 



LILLINGSTON, continued. 

Lillingston, born at Chaibassa, Chota 
Nagpur, 4 July, baptised at Darjeeling, 
Bengal, 16 September 1892; and a 
daughter, Evelyn Mabel Constance, 
born at Grafton, New South Wales, 
22 November 1901, baptised at 
Yulgilbar, New South Wales, in 
P'ebruary 1902. 

Page 36. — WiUiam George Lillingston 
was married at Holy Trinity, Sloane 
Street, London, on New Year's Eve, 
Thursday, 31 December 1903, to Olive 
Theodora, daughter of Edmund 
Theodore Doxat of Woodgreen Park, 
Cheshunt, co. Hertford, J. P., by 
Emma his wife, daughter of Frederick 
Cobb, M.D. ; born at " Hollowdens," 
Frensham, co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 
3 October, baptised at Frensham 14 
October 187 i. 

Charlotte Cordelia Tyrelline, widow 
of the Rev. Edmund John Huntsman, 
died at Worksop, co. Nottingham, 
22 May, buried at Harworth, co. 
Nottingham, 25 May 1903. Will dated 
15 November 1902, proved (Prin. Reg., 
124, 1903) 10 July 1903, by George 
Alexander Irvine Huntsman and Alfred 
Edmund Francis Fonnereau Huntsman, 
the Executors. 

Page 38. — Violet, daughter of the 
Rev. Claude Augustus Lillingston, died 
at Christiania, Norway, on Saturday, 
21 November, buried in Vestre Aker's 
Churchyard, Christiania, 27 November 
1903. 

The Rev. Frank Lillingston (Rector of 
Sail, CO. Norfolk, since December 1902) 
was married at the parish church of 
St. Minver, co. Cornwall, on Monday, 
I December 1902, to Elsie, 3rd daughter 
of Leveson Granville Campbell, the 
younger, of Fairfield, co. Ayr, by Mary 
Douglas his wife, youngest daughter of 
Walter Angus Bethune. They have 
issue a daughter, Elsie Yon^thi, born 
at the Rectory, Sail, on Monday, 
21 December 1903. 



LITTLE. Vol, 5, page 86.— The Rev. 
Thomas Palling Little died at the 
Vicarage, Edge, Stroud, co. Gloucester, 
in his 87th year, on Christmas Day, 
Friday, 25 December, buried at Edge 
31 December 1903. 

The Rev. Thomas Gurney Little 
proceeded M.A. of Cambridge February 
1902. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



LLEWELLYN. Vol. 6. page 153.— 
The will of William Llewellyn (who died 
9 May 1898) was dated 29 September 
1894, and proved at Llandaff 28 July 
1898, by Robert William Llewellyn, 
the son. 

Page 154. — William Herbert Clydwyn 
Llewellyn was educated at Eton and at 
Sandhurst, and gazetted to the South 
Wales Borderers (24th Regiment) 
21 April 1903. 

Griffith Robert Poyntz Llewellyn was 
educated at Winchester. 

John Blandy Llewellyn was educated 
at Winchester. 

The following arms were granted to 
Robert William Llewellyn of Court 
Colnian and Baglan Hall, co. Glamorgan, 
J. P. and D.L., for co. Glamorgan, 
by Sir Albert William Woods, K.C.B., 
K.C.M.G., Garter King of Arms, and 
George Edward Cokayne, Clarenceu.x 
King of Arms, 20 November 1902. 

Arms. — Per fesse embattled, azure 
and or, a javelin erect, between 
two boars' heads erased in chief, 
and a like boar's head between 
two javelins in base, all 
counterchanged. 

Crest. — Upon a rock proper, a boar's 
head erased or, in front of three 
javelins, one in pale and two in 
saltire, also proper. 

Motto. — Gwell angau na chywilydd. 




LLOYD. Vol. 10, page 98.— The Rev. 
Robert Watkin Lloyd should be 
described as the 3rd and youngest \not 
only surviving] son of the Rev. John 
Lloyd. 

Page 99. — Henry Meyric Lloyd died 
unmarried at Cholsey, co. Berks, 22 No- 
vember, buried there 26 November 1903. 

LOCKETT. Vol. 2, page 109. — Jessie, 
widow of John Hilton Lockett, died at 
(]rassendale House, Grassendale, co. 
Lancaster, aged 95, on Monday, 6 April, 
buried in Smithdown Road Cemetery, 
Liverpool, on Wednesday, 8 April 1903. 
Will dated 25 May 1894, with four 
codicils dated respectively i April 1895, 

5 November 1896, 3 August 1898, and 

6 January 1899, proved at Liverpool 
18 May 1903, by William Jeffery 
Lockett, the son-in-law, E. F. Hicks 
and Garstang Bradstock Lockett, the 
nephew, the Executors. 

LONGSTAFF. Vol. 6, page 71.— Sara 
Leam, wife of George Blundell Longstaflf, 
died at "Highlands," Putney Heath, 
CO. Surrey, aged 51, on Thursday, 
26 February, cremated, and the ashes 
deposited in Woking Cemetery, co. 
Surrey, 2 March 1903. M.L 

Tom George Longstaff proceeded 
M.A. 1900 and M.B. 1903. 

Cedric Llewellyn Longstaff (M.A. 
1903, Hon. Captain in the Army 9 July 
1 901) was married at the parish church, 
Wimbledon, co. Surrey, on Thursday, 
8 October 1903, to Lilias Marow, elder 
daughter of Sir Thomas Wilmot 
Peregrine Blomefield of Attleborough, 
CO. Norfolk, Baronet, C.B., by Lilias his 
wife, daughter of the Hon''''= Charles 
Napier of "Woodlands," Taunton, co. 
Somerset; bom 30 September 1880. 

Page 72. — Ralph Longstaff entered 
the Army as 2nd Lieutenant Royal 
Field Artillery 9 May 1900, promoted 
Lieutenant 3 September 1901. 

Cuthbert Dixon Longstaff was 
promoted Sub-Lieutenant R.N. 15 
March 1902. 

Frederick Victor Longstaff, who is 
now of Clare College, Cambridge, 
matriculated in October 1899. 

Gilbert Conrad Longstaff, who is 
now of Clare College, Cambridge, 
matriculated in October 1903. 
LUKIN. Vol. 7, page 38.— Lieut.-Colonel 
Henry Timson Lukin, D.S.O., was 
appointed a Companion of St. Michael 
and St. George in 1902. 



ADDITIONS &' CORRECTIONS. 



MADDISON. Vol. 5, page 151.— Lionel 
Maddison died at Spalding, co. Lincoln, 
aged 29, on Friday, 12 December, 
buried in the cemetery at Spalding 
16 December 1902. 

MANT. Vol. I, page 194. — Arthur French 
Mant died at "Avenings," Petworth, 
CO. Sussex, aged 41, on Saturday, 20 
December, buried in the cemetery at 
Petworth 23 December 1902. Will 
dated 7 April 1894, proved (Prin. Reg., 
39, 1903) 12 February 1903, by Eva 
Mant, the relict, the sole Executrix. 

MAPLE. Vol. 10, page 54.— Sir John 
Klundell Maple, Baronet, died at 
Childwickbury, St. Albans, co. 
Hertford, on Tuesday, 24 November, 
buried in the family vault in the chapel 
at Childuick Green, Childwickbury, on 
Saturday, 28 November 1903. Will 
dated 24 November 1897, with three 
codicils dated respectively 28 July 1903, 
15 September 1903 and 17 October 
1903, proved in the Principal Registry 
5 December 1903, by Arthur Bird, 
Richard William Evelyn Middleton, 
Charles Hodges and Clare Henry 
Regnart, the Executors. 

MARKHAM. Vol. 2, page 31 {and 
Addenda, Vol. g, page ix.) — Gervase 
Edward and Edith Markham have issue 
a son, Henry Philip Markham, bom 
at Gloucester Villa, Darlington, co. 
Durham, on Friday, 14 November 1902, 
baptised at St. John's, Shildon, co. 
Durham, on Monday, 9 March 1903. 

Page 32 {and Addenda, Vo/. 6, 
page ix.) — Arthur Basil and Lucy 
Bertram Markham have further issue a 
daughter. Joyous, born at Stuffynwood 
Hall, Mansfield, co. Nottingham, on 
Monday, 21 July, baptised at St. Chad's, 
Stuffynwood, 3 September 1902. 

MARSHALL. Vol. 4, page 120.— Allan 
Walton died at Southport, co. Lancaster, 
18 May, buried at Cheadle Hulme, co. 
Chester, 23 May 1903. Will dated 18 
February 1887, proved (Prin. Reg., 42, 
1903) II July 1903, by Rebecca Anne 
Walton, the relict, and George Fuller, 
the surviving Executors. 

MARTEN. Vol. 6, page 63.— Alice 
Anne, wife of the Rev. John Henry 
Mee, died at Holywell House, Oxford, 
on Wednesday, 22 July, buried at 
Westbourne, co. Sussex, on Saturday, 
25 July 1903. Will dated 7 June 1897, 
proved in the Principal Registry 



MARTEN, continued. 

27 November 1903, by the Rev. John 
Henry Mee, the other Executors having 
renounced. 

M ARTYN. Vol. 2, page 83 (and Addenda, 
Vol. 70, page xiii.) — Philip Docton and 
Agnata Mary Neale Martyn have issue 
a son, William Lawrence Docton 
Martyn, born at Roskestal Treen, co. 
Cornwall, 22 March, baptised at St. 
Levan, co. Cornwall, 22 April 1903. 

MASTER. Vol. 6, page 143.— Charles 
Onslow and Wilhelmina Master have 
further issue a daughter, Penelope 
Wilhelmina, born at Bourton Grange, 
Flax Bourton, CO. Somerset, 2 September, 
baptised at Flax Bourton 19 October 
1902. 

Page 144. — Charles Gilbert Master, 
C.S.L, died at 57 Beaumont Street, 
Marylebone, London, aged 69, on 
Monday, 9 March, buried in Reigate 
Cemetery, co. -Surrey, on Friday, 
13 March 1903. Will dated 6 December 
1899, with codicil dated 29 November 
1902, proved (Prin. Reg., 909 1903) 
18 April 1903, by Robert Edward 
Master, the brother, and Charles 
Onslow Master, the son, two of the 
Executors. 

MELLER. Vol. 7, page 153. — Emma, 
widow of the Rev. Thomas William 
Meller, died at Ipswich, co. Suffolk, 
aged 83, on Saturday, 31 January, 
buried in the cemetery at Woodbridge, 
CO. Suffolk, 4 February 1903. Will 
dated 17 October 1902, proved at 
Ipswich 31 March 1903, by Alfred 
Meller, the son, the sole Executor. 

Page 155. — Lady Helen Blanche, wife 
of Walter Clifford Meller, died at 20 
Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 
5 January, buried in the Earl of 
Galloway's vault, Kensal Green, London, 
9 January 1903. 

MELLOR. Vol. 3, page 86.— Violet 
Frances Fenton, 2nd daughter of William 
Moseley Mellor, was married at Bidston, 
CO. Chester, on Friday, 19 December 
1902, to the Rev. Ernest Hugh Wright, 
2nd son of George Ernest Wright of 
Skipton-in-Craven, co. York, Barrister- 
at-Law, by Mary Anne his wife, daughter 
of William Nutt Field ; bom at i West- 
gate Terrace, Redcliffe Square, South 
Kensington, London, on Sunday, 
I December 1872; of Queen's College, 
Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 



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MELLOR, continued. 

Term, 1891, B.A. 1895 ; Assistant 
Minister at St. Peter's, Vere Street, 
Cavendish Square, London, 1901, 
Assistant Master at Dulwicli College 
since 1902. 

Page 87 {and Addenda, Vol. 10, 
page xiii.) — Alfred Shaw and the Hon'-''* 
IJora Marion Mellor have issue a 
daughter, Joan Marion, born on Friday, 
6 February, baptised at Christ Church, 
Lancaster Gate, London, 28 March 1903. 

Page 87. — Maria Florence, 3rd 
daughter of James Robert Mellor, was 
married at Christ Church, Lancaster 
Gate, London, on Saturday, 31 January 
1903, to Ernest Makins, D.S.O., Major 
the Royal Dragoons, eldest son of 
Henry Francis Makins of 180 Queen's 
Gate, South Kensington, London ; born 
14 October 1869. 

METHOLD. Vol. i, page 145 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 10, page xiii.) — A window 
is now placed in the chancel of 
Hepworth Church, co. Suffolk, to the 
memory of Mary Ellen, wife of Thomas 
Tindal Methold, who died 2 October 
1902. 

MIDDLETON. Vol. 9, page 131.— The 
Hon''''^ Harriet Cassandra, widow of 
Godfrey VVentworth Bayard Bosville, 
died at " Noblethorpe," Barnsley, co. 
York, aged 78, on Monday, 28 
September, buried at Rudstone, co. 
York, 2 October 1903. Will dated 
16 October 1886, proved (Prin. Reg., 
134, 1903) 9 November 1903, by 
Alexander Wentworth Macdonald 
Bosville, the son, the sole Executor. 

Page 134. — The Rev. Nesbit Edward 
and Marjorie Helen Willoughby have 
issue a son, Guy Willoughby, born at 
5 West Parade, Wakefield, co. York, 
on Friday, 7 November, baptised at 
Sturton, CO. Nottingham, 7 December 
1902, and a daughter, Veronica, born at 
the Vicarage, Sturton, 4 December 1903, 
baptised at Sturton 3 January 1904. 

MIDLETON. Vol. 5, page 97.— Augusta 
Mary, Viscountess Midleton, died at 
Peper Harow, Godalming, co. Surrey, 
in her 75 th year, on Whit-Monday, 
I June, buried in the churchyard at 
Peper Harow on Friday, 5 June 1903. 
Administration was granted at the 
Principal Registry 11 July 1903, to the 
Rt. HonW= William, Viscount Midleton, 
of Peper Harow, Godalming, co. Surrey, 
the husband. 



MIDLETON, continued 

The Rt. Hon'''^ William St. John 
Fremantle Brodrick, P.C. (now Secretary 
of State for India), was married 2ndly 
at St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London, on Monday, 5 January 1903, 
to Madeleine Cecilia Carlyle, elder 
daughter of the late Colonel the 
Hon'''= John Constantine Stanley of the 
Grenadier Guards, by Mary Susan 
Elizabeth his wife (now Lady Jeune) 
daughter of Keith William Stewart 
Mackenzie of Seaforth, co. Lancaster. 

Page 98. — The Hon'''= George Charles 
Brodrick died at Merton College, O.\ford, 
on Sunday, 8 November, buried at Peper 
Harow on Friday, 13 November 1903. 
Will dated 30 April 1896, proved in the 
Principal Registry 8 December 1903, 
by the Rt. Hon^'i'^ \\'illiam St. John 
Fremantle Brodrick and the Hon'''= 
Laurence Alan Brodrick, the nephews, 
the Executors. 

Page 100 {and Addenda, Vol. 10, 
page xiii.) — William John Henry and 
Blanche Sophia Emily Brodrick, have 
issue a son, Trevor l^owther Brodrick, 
born at Kingsmead, VVinchester, co. 
Hants, on Saturday, 7 March, baptised 
at St. Cross, Winchester, 11 April 1903. 

Page 100. — George Trevor Brodrick 
died at Rousdon, co. Devon, in his 26th 
year, on Friday, 26 December, buried 
at St. Cross, Winchester, 31 December 
1902. Administration was granted in 
the Principal Registry 14 February 1903, 
to the Rev. Alan Brodrick of Winchester, 
CO. Hants, the father and next of kin. 

MOLESWORTH. Vol. 3, page 39.— 
The Hon''''' Edward Henry Legge died 
at Holmwood Lodge, Dorking, co. 
Surrey, aged 66, on Thursday, 16 
August, buried in the churchyard at 
Holmwood, CO. Surrey, 21 August 1900. 
Will dated 18 May 1899, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1414, 1900) 10 October 1900, by 
Cordelia Twysden Legge, the relict, the 
Hon'''<= Charles Counter Legge, late 
Captain H.M. Army, and the Hon"^'* 
Heneage Legge, late Colonel H.M. 
Army, the brother, the Executors. 

MONCK. Vol. 2, page 134.— John Bligh 
Monck died at Coley Park, Reading, 
CO. Berks, aged 91, on Sunday, 
22 February, buried at Aldworth, co. 
Berks, 26 February 1903. Will dated 
29 September 1894, proved at Oxford 
3 April 1903, by William Berkeley 
Monck, the son, the sole Executor. 



ADDITIONS &' CORRECTIONS. 



MOORE. Vol. 8, page 1 06.— Edward 
James Moore, M. Inst. C.E., late Chiif 
Engineer P.W.D., India, died at 
26 VVoodville Road, Ealing, co. 
Middlesex, aged 55 years, on Friday, 
20 March, buried at Alvechurch, co. 
Worcester, 25 March 1903. Will dated 
24 December 1902, proved (Prin. Reg., 
32, 1903) 7 May 1903, by Frances 
Eliza Moore, the relict, Richard Aubrey 
Fitch and Charles Dennis Fitch, 
brothers-in-law, the Executors. 



MOORE-STEVENS. Vol. 8, page 
m. — John Curzon Moore-Stevens died 
at Winscott, Torrington, co. Devon, 
aged 84, on Tuesday, 4 August, buried 
at Peters Marland, co. Devon, 10 August 
1903. Will dated 15 February 1899, 
proved at Exeter 16 September 1903, 
by Richard Arthur Moore-Stevens, the 
son, the sole Executor. 

NEWDIGATE. Vol. 7, page 54.— 
Francis Alexander Newdigate has 
assumed the additional name of 
Newdegate by Royal Licence dated 
October 1903, in compliance with the 
will of the Rt. Hon'"'<= Charles Newdigate- 
Newdegate, on succeeding to the 
Harefield and Arbury estates on the 
death of Lieut. -General Sir Edward 
Newdigate-Newdegate, K.C.B., i August 
1902. 

NORMANBY. Vol. 9, page 55.— The 
Rev. Canon the Marquess of Normanby 
was married at St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, London, on Wednesday, 30 
December 1903, to Gertrude Stansfeld, 
youngest daughter of Jolmston Jonas 
Foster of Moor Park, Ludlow, co. 
Salop, and of Cliffe Hill, Halifax, 
CO. York, J. P., by Hannah Jane his 
wife, daughter of Robert Stansfeld of 
Field House, co. York. 

OLIVE. Vol. I, page 233.— The Rt. 
Hon'''^ Frederick Edward Gould, 9th 
Earl of Cavan, P.C., died at 
Wheathampstead House, co. Hertford, 
aged 60, on Saturday, 14 July, buried 
at Ayott St. Lawrence, co. Hertford, 
on Wednesday, 18 July 1900. Will 
dated 4 March 1874, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1 148, 1900) 30 August 1900, by 
Mary Sneade, Countess of Cavan, the 
relict, the sole Executrix. 



OLLIVANT. Vol. 6, page 18 {and 

.Idde/uia, Vol. 8, page xiv.) — Lionel 
.'\rthur lidward Ollivant was killed in 
action at Tientsin, China, 13 \_not 14] 
July 1900 (medal). 

ONSLOW. Vol. 5, page 39.— The Earl 
of Onslow was appointed President of 
the Board of Agriculture 19 May 1903. 
Page 40. — Lady Gwendolen Florence 
Mary, elder daughter of Sir William 
Hillier, 4th Ead of Onslow, G.C.M.Ci., 
was married at St. Margaret's, 
Westminster, on Thursday, 8 October 
1903, to the Hon''''= Rupert Edward 
Cecil Guinness, C.M.G. {See Pedigree 
of Guinness, "■Visitation of Ire/and" 
Vol. 2, page 7 g.) 

OUVRY. Vol. 3, page 169.— Ernest 
Carrington Ouvry was married at the 
parish church, Marylebone, London 
(by the Rev. Canon Page Roberts and 
the Rev. John Delahaize Ouvry, Rector 
of Elston, CO. Nottingham), on Saturday, 
25 April 1903, to Elinor Southwood, 
youngest daughter of Charles Lee 
Lewes of 6 Cambridge Terrace, 
Regent's Park, London, by Gertrude 
his wife, daughter of James Hill of 
Wisbech, co. Cambridge. 

PARLEY. Vol. 8, page 16.— Captain 
Reginald John Hall and Violet Agatha 
Margaret Parlby have further issue a 
daugliter, Cynthia Geraldine Hall, born 
4 July, baptised at Pennycross, co. 
Devon, 5 August 1903. 

PEARCE-EDGCUMBE. Vol. 5, page 
16. — Administration of the effects of 
Louisa, wife of the Rev. William lago, 
who died at Bodmin, co. Cornwall, on 
Saturday, 2 June 1900, was granted at 
Bodmin 6 July 1900, to the Rev. 
William lago, the husband. 

Preston Wallis Pearce died at 
Sterkstroom, Cape Colony, on Sunday, 
27 September 1903, and was buried 
there. Will dated at Maclear, in 
Griquland East, Cape Colony, 29 July 
1895, proved at Cape Town, Ca|)e 
Colony, about November 1903, by 
Annie Stick Pearsc, the relict, the sole 
Executrix. 

Preston Richard Pearse died at 
Qumbu, Cape Colony, on Sunday, 29 
October 1899, and was buried there. 



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ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



PEARSON. Vol. lo, page 74.— Vice- 
Admiral Hugo Lewis Pearson was 
appointed Commander-in-Chief at the 
Nore I January 1904. 

Page 77. — Edith Mary, youngest 
daughter of Colonel Hugh I'earce 
Pearson, C.B., was married at St. Mark's, 
Southampton, on Tuesday, 13 January 
1903, to Charles Gordon Spencer, 4th 
son of the Rev. Charles Vera Spencer 
of Wheatfield, co. Oxford, by Emma 
Frederica his wife, daughter of John 
Robert A'Court Gray ; born at 
Wheatfield 23 February 1869; educated 
at Marlborough and at Keble College, 
Oxford, matriculated 13 October 1888, 
aged 19, Exhibitioner 1887 ; of the 
Indian Civil Service, Madras Presidency. 

PENRUDDOCKE. Vol. 2, page 44.— 
Flora Henrietta Penruddocke died at 
Teffont Evias, co. Wilts, 7 November, 
buried at Compton Chamberlayne, co. 
Wilts, 13 November 1902. VVill dated 
24 May 1900, proved (Prin. Reg., 97, 
i9°3) '5 April 1903, by Constance 
Henrietta Lowther Penruddocke and 
Sybil Katharine Penruddocke, the 
daughters, and Reginald Gambler Long, 
the son-in-law, the Executors. 

Page 45. — Clara Albertina, wife of 
John Powys Penruddocke, died at 
Eastbourne, co. Sussex, 20 October, 
buried at Eastbourne 23 October 1901. 
John Powys Penruddocke of Winchester 
House, Meads, Eastbourne, co. Sussex, 
was married 2ndly at Marshfield, co. 
Gloucester, on Thursday, 8 January 
1 903, to Margaret Anne, eldest daughter 
of the Rev. Canon Edward Fiennes 
Trotman, Vicar of Marshfield. {See 
Pedigree of Trotman, Vol. j, page 161.) 
Page 45 (and Addenda, Vol. 8, 
page XV.) — Edward Wyndham and 
Muriel Turner Penruddocke of Wiltshire 
Lodge, Bransgore, co. Hants, have issue 
a daughter, Joan Teresa Powys, born 
at Kirkleatham Hall, Redcar, co. York, 
on Tuesday, 3 March 1903. 

Charles Penruddocke, who succeeded, 
on his father's death, 30 October 1899, 
to the family estates, is now of Compton 
Park, Baverstock and Fyfield, all co. 
Wilts, and of Bratton St. Maur, co. 
Somerset. He was educated at Clifton 
College, and at Pembroke College, Cam- 
bridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 
1878; is Lord of the Manors of Compton 
Chamberlayne, Baverstock, and Fyfield, 
and a Magistrate for the counties of 
Wilts and Somerset. 



PIXLEY. Vol. 7, page 30. — A Memorial 

Window lo Thomas William and 
Caroline Pixley was dedicated in the 
parish church. Freshwater, Isle of Wight, 
14 A[)ril 1903. 

Francis William Pixley was gazetted 
Major in the ist Cadet Battalion King's 
Royal Rifles 24 February 1903. 

Page 31. — Jocelyn Francis Renton 
Pixley, after serving as Lieutenant w-ith 
the King's Royal Rifles in the South 
African War, for which he received 
Queen's medal with three clasps and 
King's medal with two clasps, died at 
the Barracks, Cork, aged 22, on Friday, 
28 August, buried in the Military 
Cemetery, Cork, with full military 
honours, 31 August 1903. M.I. 
Administration was granted in Cork 
District Registry, 29 September 1903, 
to Francis \Villiam Pixley, the father. 

PLATT-HIGGINS. Vol. i, page 100.— 
Cicely, youngest daughter of Frederick 
Platt-Higgins, was married at St. 
Margaret's, Westminster, on Thursday, 

25 June 1903, to Robert Marsland 
Groves, 2nd son of James Grimble 
Groves of Oldfield Hall, Altrincham, 
CO. Chester, J. P., M.P. for Salford 
(South Division), by Anna Eva his 
wife, daughter of Robert Marsland of 
Manchester; born 3 January, baptised 
at Manchester Cathedral 28 January 
1 880 ; entered as a Cadet in the Royal 
Navy 15 January 1894, Midshipman 
15 February 1896, Sub- Lieutenant 
15 August 1899, promoted Lieutenant 
(S firsts) 15 February 1900, of H.M.S. 
"Vernon" 30 September 1902. 

Page loi. — An Organ with inscription 
to the memory of Martha Elizabeth, wife 
of Edward Platt-Higgins, was dedicated 
at St. Peter's, Belfast, on Sunday, 

26 April 1903. 

Page 104. — Arthur Platt-Higgins died 
7 March, buried at Cheadle, co. Chester, 
1 1 March 1 903. Will dated 7 March 
1903, proved at Chester 9 May 1903, 
by Frances Platt-Higgins, the relict, the 
sole Executrix. 

PRIDEAUX-BRUNE. Vol. 2, page 
99. — The Rev. Edward Shapland and 
Sophia Prideaux-Brune have further 
issue a son, Amyas Molesworth 
Prideaux-Brune, born at the Rectory, 
Rowner, co. Hants, on Thursday, 16 
April, baptised at Rowner 20 April 
1903. 



ADDITIONS &• CORRECTIONS. 



PRIOR. Vol. I, page 9.— Richard 
Chandler Alexander Prior, M.D., died 
at 4S York Terrace, Regent's Park, 
London, in his 94th year, on Friday, 
5 December 1902. Will dated 21 
September 1885, with two codicils dated 
respectively 4 November 1891 and 20 
November 1901, proved (Prin. Keg., 
56, 1903) 21 February 1903, by Sir 
Gabriel Prior Goldney, the nephew, the 
sole Executor. 

PRITCHETT. Vol. i, page 197.— 
George Edward Barker Pritchett was 
married at St. Catherine's, Feltham, co. 
Middlesex, on Thursday, 23 April 1903, 
to Violet Octavia, 2nd daughter of the 
Rev. John Francis Jemmett, B.C.L., 
Vicar of Feltham. 

REYNELL-PACK. Vol. 8, page 167.— 
Elizabeth Catherine, widow of Sir John 
William Hamilton Anson, Baronet, died 
at her residence, 41 Eaton Square, 
London, in her 82nd year, on Friday, 
3 July 1903. Will dated 11 April 1900, 
with three codicils dated respectively 
7 November 1900, 21 December 1901 
and 24 July 1902, proved (Prin. Reg., 
47, 1903) 8 August 1903, by .Sir Willinm 
Reynell Anson, the son, Gertrude 
Christina Anson, the daughter, and 
Charles William Dunbar Buller, the 
Executors. 

RIVINGTON. Vol. 3, page 23. — Florence 
Mary Hill, only daughter of Charles 
Robert Rivington, was married at St. 
Paul's, Avenue Road, Regent's Park, 
London, on Tuesday, 21 July 1903, to 
Charles John Holmes of 58 Kensington 
Park Road, London, only surviving son 
of the Rev. Charles Rivington Holmes 
(born 25 .^pril 1834, died 22 May 1873), 
and grandson of John Holmes, Assistant 
Keeper of Manuscripts in the British 
Museum {see ''^Dictionary of National 
Biography" Vol. 27, page igz); born 
at Preston, co. Lancaster, 1 1 November 
1868 ; educated at Eton and at 
Brasenose College, Oxford, matriculated 
20 October 18S7, aged 18, Scholar 1887, 
Honours : 2 Classical Mods. 89. 

Page 24 {and Addenda, Vol. 8, page 
xvi.) — Arthur William and Rosamund 
Emma Herbert Rivington have issue a 
son, Charles Arthur Rivington, born at 
Chipperfield, co. Hertford, on Sunday, 
23 November 1902, baptised at St. 
Paul's, Chipperfield, 3 January 1903. 



ROBERTS. Vol. 7, page 160.— Henry 
Ellis Harvey died at James House, 
Hadlow, CO. Kent, on Thursday, i 
October, buried in the cemetery at 
Tonbridge, co. Kent, on Monday, 
5 October 1903. Will dated 30 October 
1890, proved (Prin. Reg., 62, 1903) 
23 November 1903, by Mary Ann 
Langridge and Frederick Norman 
Harvey, the brother, the surviving 
Executors. 

ROGERS. Vol. 6, page 132.— William 
Hender Molesworth Rogers is now of 
Hertford College, Oxford. 

Page 137. — The Rev. Enys Henry 
and Sarah Louisa Rogers have further 
issue a daughter, Catherine Gilbert, 
born at 15 Granville Road, Hove, co. 
Sussex, on Sunday, 28 December 1902, 
baptised at St. Stephen's, Brighton, co. 
Sussex, 26 February 1903. 

ROPE. Vol. 2, page 95. — Edward Mingay 
and Emma Morley Rope have further 
issue a son, William Morley Rope, born 
at Te Kopuru, Auckland, New Zealand, 
8 September 1903. 

Page 95 {atid Addenda, Vol. j, 
page V.) — Walter Henry and Celia Mary 
Rope have further issue a daughter, 
Elizabeth Celia, born at Orford, co. 
Suffolk, 30 November 1902, baptised 
there 9 January 1903. 

Page 96. — James Thomas Rope died 
at Pietermaritzburg, Natal, South Africa, 
25 July 1902. 

ROYDS. Vol. 8, page 28.— Frances, 
daughter of the Rev. Canon Francis 
Coulman Royds, died at the Rectory, 
Coddington, co. Chester, on Sunday, 
8 March, buried at Coddington 12 
March 1903. 

ROYDS. Vol. 9, page 3.— Smith Byrom 
Royds died at Craven Terrace, 
Morecambe, co. Lancaster, on Thursday, 
4 December, buried at Haughton, co. 
Stafford, 9 December 1902. Will dated 
15 March 1902, proved (Prin. Reg., 
12, 1903) 14 January 1903, by Frances 
Harriett Thompson, wife of Reginald 
Thompson, the sister, the sole E-xecutrix. 

SCARLETT. Vol. 3, page 53.— Shelley 
Leopold Laurence Scarlett succeeded 
his cousin, James Yorke Macgregor, 
4th Baron Abinger, who died 11 
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SHADWELL. Vol. 3, page 108.— 
Charlotte, widow of the Rev. Arthur 
Thomas Whitmore Shad well, died at 
Shippon, CO. Berks, aged 83, on Friday, 
33 January, buried there 26 January 
1903. Will dated 14 December 1902, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 171, 1903) 19 
March 1903, by Bernard Shadwell and 
Arthur Shadwell, the sons, and Ronald 
Stanley Clarke, the son-in-law, the 
Executors. 

SHERBORNE. Vol. 10, page 24.— 
Alary Laura, daughter of Colonel the 
Hon'''^ Charles Dutton, died suddenly 
in London on Wednesday, 26 November, 
buried at Sherborne, co. Gloucester, 
2 December 1902. 

Mabel Honor, youngest daughter of 
Colonel the Hon'''= Charles Dutton, was 
married at the parish church, Sherborne, 
on Wednesday, 19 August 1903, to 
George James Robert Clerk, only child 
of Colonel Sir George Douglas Clerk of 
Penicuik, co. Edinburgh, Baronet, V.D., 
J. P., by Aymee Elizabeth Georgiana 
Milliken his wife, 2nd daughter of 
Sir Robert John Milliken Napier, 
Baronet; born 4 October 1876. 

SIMPSON. Vol. 10, page 150.— Freda 
Frances Margaret Simpson was buried 
at Townstall, co. Devon, 3 May 1877. 

Page 151. — Louisa, youngest daughter 
of the Rev. Francis Simpson, died at 
Claybrooke Hall, Rugby, co. Warwick, 
aged 79, on Saturday, 7 March, 
buried at Claybrooke 1 1 March 1 903. 
Will dated 13 September 1897, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 136, 1903) 21 July 1903, by 
Digby Charles Legard, the sole E.xecutor. 

SKINNER. Vol. 10, page 128.— Alan 
Cameron and Cceline Skinner have 
further issue a daughter, Pamela Mary 
Stopford, born at St. Benedict's Priory, 
Tenterden, co. Kent, on Thursday, 

9 April, baptised at St. Mildred's, 
Tenterden, on Friday, 8 May 1903. 

SPARKS. Vol. 3, page 127. — Sarah 
Louisa, widow of Isaac Sparks, died at 
"Ivyside," Grove Park, Denmark Hill, 
CO. Surrey, aged 80, on Monday, 

10 November, buried in Nunhead 
Cemetery, co. Surrey, on Thursday, 
13 November 1902. Will dated 10 June 
1896, proved (Prin. Reg., 1591, 1902) 
24 December 1902, by Arthur Edward 
Sparks, the son, the sole Executor. 



SPENCER. Vol. 9, page 122. — Charles 
Tallent Spencer, who is now of 
Harmondsworth Hall, co. Middlesex, 
was elected a Fellow of the Royal 
Geographical Society 25 November 
1 90 1, and of the Royal Astronomical 
Society 10 January 1902. 

Page 123. — Harrison Spencer, Captain 
Royal Field Artillery, and Jane Maria 
his wife, have issue a son, Samuel 
Edward Harrison Spencer, born at 
Kirkee, India, 8 February 1902, and 
baptised there. 

STANFORD. Vol. 9, page 94.— Arthur 
Henry and Georgina Emma Augusta 
Stanford have further issue a son, 
Kenneth Wilfred Hu(ft Stanford, born 
at Beaumont Hall, Colchester, co. 
Essex, on Monday, 1 1 May, baptised 
at Beaumont 30 August 1903. 

STRICKLAND. Vol. 9, page 99.— 
Frederick Strickland was married at the 
parish church, Chiswick, co. Middlesex, 
on Tuesday, 21 July 1903, to Mary 
Beatri.x, 3rd daughter of Sir John Isaac 
Thomycroft, F.R.S., LL.D., of "Steyne," 
Bembridge, Isle of Wight, and of Eyot 
Villa, The Mall, Chiswick, by Blanche 
his wife, daughter of Frederick Coules 
of Gloucester. 

TADDY. Vol. 3, page 103. — Edward 
Latham died suddenly at 17 Kent 
Terrace, Regent's Park, London, aged 
82, on Monday, 30 March, buried in 
Kensal Green Cemetery, London, 
4 .April 1903. Will dated 10 December 
1900, with codicil dated 8 April 1902, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 27, 1903) 15 May 
1903, by Annie May Latham, the 
surviving Executor. 

Evelyn Frances, only daughter of 
Edward Glynn Taddy, was married at 
St. Andrew's, Biggleswade, co. Bedford, 
on Tuesday, 29 September 1903, to 
Charles William Archdale, only surviving 
son of Charles Archdale of Coltishall, 
CO. Norfolk, formerly Major 85th 
Regiment. 

TAYLOR. Vol. 3, page 95.— ^^'illiam 
Francis Kyfifin Taylor, K.C., was 
appointed, by Royal Warrant, Presiding 
Judge of the Court of Passage of the 
City of Liverpool, i October 1903, and 
resigned the Recordership of Bolton. 



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THURBURN. Vol. 5, page 117.— 
Arthur Hugh Thurburn was married at 
Holy Trinity, Sloane Street, Chelsea, 
London, on Thursday, 25 June 1903, 
to Minna Frederica Bradley, 2nd 
daugliter of Vice-Admiral P'rederick 
Charles Bryan Robinson, by Williamina 
his wife, daughter of William Bradley. 

Page 120. — Charles Alexander Thur- 
burn, formerly of Alexandria, Egypt, 
died at 16 Kensington Park Gardens, 
London, aged 77, on Tuesday, 19 May, 
buried in St. James' Cemetery, Dover, co. 
Kent, on Friday, 22 May 1903. Memorial 
service same day at St. John's, Netting 
Hill, London. Will dated 4 November 
1901, proved (Prin. Reg., 18, 1903) 
15 June 1903, by Sharon Grote Turner, 
Charles Hannay and Frederick William 
Mann, the E.xecutors. 

TOWER. Vol. 2, page 33. — Lucy Sophia, 
2nd daughter of Christopher Tower, 
died at Hillingdon, co. Middlesex, on 
Wednesday, 4 February, buried there 
9 February 1903. Will dated 4 July 
1896, proved (Prin. Reg., 93, 1903) 
25 March 1903, by Brownlow Richard 
Christopher Tower, the brother, one of 
the Executors. 

TROTMAN. Vol. 3, page 161.— 
Margaret Anne, eldest daughter of the 
Rev. Canon Edward Fiennes Trotman, 
B.C.L., was married at Marshfield, co. 
Gloucester, on Thursday, 8 January 
1903, as his 2nd wife, to John Powys 
Penruddocke of Winchester House, 
Meads, Eastbourne, co. Sussex. {See 
Pedigree of Penruddocke, Vol. 2, 
page 45.) 

Page 161 (and Addenda, Vol. 8, page 
xviii.) — Fiennes and Hilda Fanny 
Banger Trotman have issue a daughter, 
Hilda Mary, born at Beaminster, co. 
Dorset, 18 March, baptised there 
25 April 1902, and a son Fiennes 
Trotman, born at Beaminster 15 
September, baptised there 16 October 
1903. 

TUKE. Vol. 2, page 85 {and Addenda, 
Vol. 6, page xiii.) — Samuel and Violet 
Tuke have further issue a son, Edward 
Christopher William Tuke, born at 
Netherton Hall, Honiton, co. Devon, 
on Tuesday, 7 April, baptised at 
Farway, co. Devon, i June 1903. 

Page 86.— WiUiam Murray Tuke 
died at Saffron Walden, co. Essex, in 



TUKE, continued. 

his 8ist year, on Monday, 11 May, 
buried at Saffron Walden on Thursday, 
14 May 1903. Will dated 22 July 
i8y6, proved at Ipswich 7 July 1903, 
by Emma Tuke, the relict, Henry Tuke 
Mennell, the nephew, William Favill 
Tuke, and Henry Samuel Tuke, the 
sons, and Douglas Day Taylor, the 
son-in-law, the E.xecutors. 

WADE. Vol. 4, page 139.— Ellis Wade 
died at Hove, Brighton, co. Sussex, 
aged 67, on Tuesday, 21 April, buried 
in the cemetery at Hove 24 April 1903. 
Will dated 11 May 1882, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 56, 1903) 19 August 1903, by 
Robert Goulding Ledger, the brother- 
in-law, the sole Executor. 

WALKER. Vol. 6, page 7.— John 
William and Constance Elizabeth 
Walker have further issue a son, Robert 
Milnes Walker, born at "The Elms," 
Wakefield, co. York, 2 August, baptised 
at Wakefield Cathedral 31 August 
1903. 

The Rev. Herbert Milnes and Annie 
Harriet Walker have further issue a 
daughter, Margaret Elisabeth Milnes, 
born at the Vicarage, Littleover, co. 
Derby, 29 November 1903, baptised at 
Littleover 6 February 1904. 

WALLER. Vol. 9, page 178.— Thomas 
Naunton and Frances Ellen Waller, who 
are now of "Rushmere," Wylam-on-Tyne, 
CO. Northumberland, have further issue 
a son, Cyril Arthur Pretyman Waller, 
born at " Rushmere," Wylam-on-Tyne, 
18 November, baptised at Wylam-on- 
Tyne 14 December 1902. 

Page 179. — The Rev. Arthur 
Pretyman Waller was married at 
Boroughbridge, co. Somerset, 27 
January 1903, to Constance Julia, 
daughter of the Rev. George Trevor, 
Vicar of Boroughbridge. 

WARD. Vol. 9, page 119.— The Rev. 
Samuel and Sarah Ward had another 
son, James Ward, born at Nottingham 
29 July 1809, and died in infancy. 

WARDE. Vol. 4, page 62.— William 
Henry Warde died at Ouray, Colarado, 
U.S.A., aged 48, on Tuesday, 11 August, 
buried there on Thursday, 13 August 
1903. 



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WEBB. Vol. 8, page ii.— Major William 
Wilfrid Webb is now of Bridge House, 
Berkhamsted, co. Hertford. 

Page 12.— James Bertrand Webb was 
married at Christ Church, Launceston, 
Cornwall County, Tasmania, 9 August 
1899, to Lila Blanche, daughter of 
Thomas Lockwood of Beaconfield, 
Tasmania. They have issue a daughter, 
Schroder Frances, born 29 July 1902. 

Eustace Bertrand Stephen Webb, 
died, aged 10, 2 April, buried at St. 
Martin-by-Looe, co. Cornwall, 7 April 
1903. 

WEBB. Vol. 9, page 25.— Aston Webb was 
elected an Academician of the Royal 
Academy on Wednesday, 17 June 1903. 

WEBBER. Vol. 4, page 159.— The 
Most Rev. William Thomas Thornhill 
Webber, Bishop of Brisbane, died at 
Bishopsboume, Brisbane, Queensland, 
3 August, buried at Brisbane 8 August 
1903. Will dated 16 March 1897, 
proved at the High Court, Queenslarid, 
September 1903, by Archdeacon David. 

WELMAN. Vol. 3, page 36.— Mary, wife 
of Frederick Tristram Welman, died at 
"Nunthorpe," Guildford, co. Surrey, 
aged 43, on Saturday, 6 December, 
buried at Woodchester, co. Gloucester, 
1 1 December 1902. 

WHELER. Vol. 8, page 83.— Colonel 
Sir Edward Wheler, Baronet, died on 
board the P. and O. s.s. " Persia " when 
entering Marseilles, on his voyage home 
from India, aged 46, on Tuesday, 
II August, buried at Leamington 
Hastings, co. Warwck, 19 August 1903. 

WHITAKER. Vol. 10, page 162.— Ruth 
Helen Whitaker was born at Edinburgh 
26 November 1858. 

Page 163. — George Reginald Whitaker 
died 10 August 1S82. Percy Duncomb 
Whitaker was born at Colchester, co. 
Essex, 8 November 1886 \_not 1885], and 
baptised there. Noel Ralph Whitaker 
was bom at Colchester 26 \not 27] 
December 1887 \not 1886]. 

WHITBY. Vol. 6, page 57.— Hilda, 
daughter of the Rev. Canon Thomas 
Whitby, died 25 November, buried at 
Christ Church, Sandown, Isle of Wight, 
28 November 1903. 



WICKHAM. Vol. I, page 250.— William 
Joseph Wickham has been promoted 
from 2nd Lieutenant to Lieutenant in 
the Scots Guards. 

WILDER. Vol. 2, page 128.— Francis 
Langham Wilder was married at the 
parish church, Chalfont St. Peter, co. 
Buckingham, on Wednesday, 28 October 
1903, to Beatrice, sth daughter of 
Frederick Drummond Hibbert of 
Bucknell Manor, Bicester, co. O.xford, 
and formerly of Chalfont Park, co. 
Buckingham. 

WILLIAMS. Vol. I, page 41.— Sir 
William Robert Williams, Baronet, died 
suddenly at his residence. Care House, 
Lyiiton, North Devon, aged 43, on 
Saturday, 16 May, buried at Heanton 
Punchardon, co. Devon, 21 May 1903. 
Will dated 29 April 1903, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 79, 1903) 29 June 1903, by 
William Edwin Pitts Tucker and Charles 
Marwood Tucker, the Executors. 

WILLOUGHBY DE BROKE. Vol. 
8, page 38. — Henry, Baron Willoughby 
de Broke, died at sea, between Colombo 
and Aden, on board P. and O. s.s. 
"Australia," on his homeward voyage, 
aged 58, on Friday, 19 December 1902, 
buried at sea the same day. Will dated 
9 October 1897, proved (Prin. Reg., 
6, 1903) 3 August 1903, by Richard 
Greville, Baron Willoughby de Broke, 
the son, the sole Executor. 

WILSON. Vol. 6, page 23.— Catherine 
Roberta, youngest daughter of Robert 
Wilson, was married at Croydon, co. 
Surrey, 16 March 1903, to William 
Burton Watts, son of Major-General 
William Henry Watts of the Madras 
Army; bom 17 February 1856; Major 
(retired) South Wales Borderers. 

WISDEN. Vol. 3, page 9 (a«(/ ..4^^«Wa, 
Vol. 8, page .^/jt).— Arthur Patrick and 
Ethel Charlotte Piggott Wisden have 
further issue a son, Thomas Patrick 
Wisden, born at " Baldocks," Penshurst, 
CO. Kent, on Wednesday, 16 December 
1903. 

WOOD. Vol. 10, page 7.— Graham Wood, 
now of 200 Denmark Hill, co. Surrey, 
was married 2ndly at St. George's 
Chapel, Albemarle Street, London, on 
Tuesday, 5 May 1903, to Ida, 2nd 
daughter of Edward Liljewalch of 
Stockholm, Sweden, and widow of Carl 
A. Hellstrand of Stockholm; bom at 
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WOODD. Vol. 9, page 70.— The Rev. 
Charles Hampden liasil Woodd, 
rrincipal of Momoyama College, Osaka, 
Japan, was married at Singapore 
Cathedral, .Straits Settlements, on 
Monday, 5 January 1903, to Elfrida 
Mary, elder daughter of the Rt. Rev. 
George Frederick Hose, D.l)., Bishop of 
Singapore, Labuan and Sarawak. 

WOODROOFFE. Vol. 2, page 12 
{and Addenda, Vol. 6, page xiii). — 
(leorge Borries and Elizabeth Macfarlane 
Woodrooffe have further issue a son, 
Arnold Walter Woodrooffe, born at 
14 West Shrubbery, Redland, Bristol, 
on Tuesday, 14 April, baptised in the 
chapel of Dulwich College, co. Surrey, 
13 June 1903. 

WORTHINGTON. Vol. i, page 223 
{and Addenda, Vol. g, page xiv). — 
William Worthington and Lady Muriel 
Gladwys Worthington have issue a 
son, William Greville Worthington, born 
26 February, baptised at Netherseale, 
CO. Derby, 14 April 1903. 



WORTHINGTON, continued. 

Dorothy Hilda, daughter of Albert 
Octavius Worthington, was married at 
The Oratory, Brompton, London, 20 
April 1903, to Colonel Francis Edward 
iMtzherbert, D.S.O., eldest son of Basil 
Thomas Fitzherbert of Swynnertcm 
Park, CO. Stafford, J. P. and D.L., by 
Emily Charlotte his ist wife, elder 
daughter of the Hon'''^ Edward Stafford 
Jerningham, 2nd son of Sir George 
William, 8th Baron Stafford ; born on 
Sunday, 28 August 1859; J. P. for co. 
Stafford, Lieut.-Colonel 3rd Battalion 
Lancaster Regiment, formerly Major 
Staffordshire Yeomanry Cavalry ; heir 
presumptive to the Barony of Stafford. 



WRINCH. Vol. 8, page 115.— Charlotte, 
daughter of Leonard Wrinch, died at 
Eastbourne, co. Sussex, 23 March, 
buried at Erwarton, co. Suffolk, 26 March 
1903. Will dated 16 April 1901, proved 
at Ipswich 15 April 1903, by Walter 
Wrinch, the Executor. 



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